Struggling Taiwanese Food Stand Quadruples in Sales After Hiring Her

A struggling food stand in Taiwan was able to turn its business around after hiring a miracle worker to tend to their customers just for one night.

Little Peach has a variety of meats to sell

The owners of the braised meat snack stall located in Beitun District, Taichung City revealed that they recently invited Vivi, aka Little Peach (小桃子), to serve as their “one-day shop manager” to see if she could help draw in more customers.

She has the most patient customers who are all smiles while waiting for their turn.

Thanks to the temporary new hire, the braised meat snack stall reportedly quadrupled its sales.

Impressed with her chopping skills, appreciative customers would shake her hands after being served.

With her powerful charisma, Vivi did wonders for the store, attracting a long queue of customers who can’t wait to try their tasty meats for sale.

Customers can’t take their eyes off her amazing preparation skills.

“So happy that Little Peach has so many customers to come and buy braised flavor,” wrote the lady dubbed by local media as “Braised Sister” on her Facebook page on Wednesday.  

Little Peach obliges on some customers who want to chat for a bit. Dude behind her keeps a watchful eye to keep everything in order.

Photos of her braised meat selling stint immediately became widely shared on social media with many showering praises.

Delighted customers even get a free handshake from the busy salesgirl.

According to Taiwan News, Little Peach had to take a break from her modeling job to help the store out.

Everyone gets a smile as well.

While it’s difficult to pinpoint what exactly her secret was for her success, we can only assume it has to do with her ability to connect with customers.

Some might say that it could also be her good looks, tight short-shorts, and cleavage-revealing top.

Feature image via Facebook/小桃子

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