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Natalie Fauble

Natalie Fauble is the Online Marketing Manager - Content & SEO for Tundra Restaurant Supply. As a digital marketer with a passion for the restaurant industry, Natalie helps companies shape their brand through thoughtful, fun and innovative content strategies. When she isn't blogging for Tundra Restaurant Supply you can find her in her vegetable garden or in the kitchen whipping up one of her favorite dishes.

Are you EMV Compliant?

It was like the Y2K of 2015 – EMV compliance was coming in October, 2015. Required for credit card acquirers and processors, these new regulations were a huge step forward in protecting consumers against fraud. As a consumer, we heard about the changes coming, and went through the inconvenience of activating …

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Pasta Jay’s: A Boulder Icon

There are a few constants one may rely on when living in the city of Boulder: The city uncomfortably swells during the annual freshman move-in The lighted star that appears on the mountain during every holiday season The scores of people waiting for a table on the corner of Pasta …

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Pica’s Mexican Taqueria

“Why Boulder, why Louisville?” This was the first question I asked Trent Davol, Partner and General Manager of the newly-opened Louisville location of Pica’s Mexican Taqueria, the third of the Pica’s family which now joins the ranks alongside its Boulder and Jackson, Wyoming locations. As a longtime resident of the …

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Beware of the Open Kitchen

I recently had the pleasure of dining at a popular new restaurant in town that recently opened. I’d estimate the restaurant was at least a multi-million buildout given the well-equipped kitchen and beautiful interior design. The restaurant features an open kitchen that faces the main dining room (which works well …

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Denver’s Food System: Part Two

Not sure if you’ve heard, but Denver is the fastest-growing large city in the country. Blame the green stuff, or blame our beautiful mountains, 300 days of sunshine, or just great work-life balance—word is getting out about how awesome we are, and we’re getting bigger. More people means more people …

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