Nov. 14, 2006 – KANSAS CITY, KS – The Kansas City Steak Company™ has found a way to give its customers even more value when they buy their carefully-selected, top-quality meats.
With the launch of their brand new Web site (http://kansascitysteaks.com), the company has created a fully-functional online community and store—complete with recipes, steak grilling tips, a concierge service and Web-only specials.
Kansas is famous for its corn-fed beef. It’s the essential ingredient in every Kansas City Steak Company beef product. Now, with the help of the company’s new Web site, customers can build on the quality of the beef by following recipes specially designed to lock in its tender and juicy flavor.
They can even join the online Recipe Club to gain access to new recipes on a regular basis. Of course there are fantastic steak recipes, but kansascitysteaks.com also offers great ideas for side dishes, sauces and desserts—the whole meal!
And the site’s cooking tips will help customers make sure they are handling the products properly and cooking them to perfection.
There’s even a concierge service to help corporate customers select the perfect gift—a real luxury to help save time and money. And it’s free!
The Kansas City Steak Company’s Web site is easy to navigate, can ship to multiple addresses and gives visitors the convenient option of purchasing e-gift certificates that will be sent directly to the recipient’s e-mail.
A very special bonus is the wine pairings featuring the perfect wine selections for every meal, compliments of Kendall Jackson.
Add all these perks to a Triple-Trimmed™ Kansas City Steak Company filet mignon, and it would be hard not to have a perfect steak experience—an excellent entire meal experience.
The Kansas City Steak Company started in 1932 with a foundation of family values and it continues today as a family-owned and -operated tradition of high quality and excellence.
“Those standards of integrity, quality and hard work have made us a company you can trust,” says Edward Scavuzzo, the company’s president and a descendant of the Kansas City Steak Company’s founder.
Cheers to a company making it possible for the customer to have a restaurant-quality meal experience in the comfort of home.
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