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Dunkin' Donuts has launched its #DDCoffeeJoy photo and video contest for the chance to win special holiday presents, including one dozen JetBlue travel certificates.
Brand unit and location growth requires capital and resources, but there are some other critical aspects as well, according to several successful franchise and restaurant leaders.
Three fast casual restaurant operators and other experts share their insights about the industry and how they've found success and value in it.
Establishing a 'cult' philosophy in building a robust brand culture isn't a bad thing. In fact, it's one of several valuable and viable approaches.
Fast casual operators want to reward guests with more than food. There are new loyalty program trends to attract new customers, boost revenues and provide memorable experiences for guests.
Email is ubiquitous personally and professionally, which means email marketing is far from dead.
"Whatever I present to you is my PR moment," Nick Powills, CEO of No Limit Agency, said in opening his session at the Fast Casual Executive Summit in Miami.
Several chains are celebrating Halloween with various promotions.
Many restaurants have been ditching artificial colors, including Panera, Noodles & Company and Starbucks, so it’s surprising that Burger King would actually be adding them.
While many may still consider the seafood restaurant a quick service restaurant, CEO Phil Greifeld said that in 2011 the chain began transitioning from a QSR to a “fresh, contemporary, affordable seafood restaurant.”
The post-lunch crowd can be slow. Teas can have an appeal and bring people in.
Dunkin' Donuts announced that beginning Nov. 30 and continuing through December guests may enjoy a discount on espresso beverages with the brand's first National P.M. Latte and Macchiato Break.
Villa Restaurant Group's Villa Italian Kitchen restaurants are kicking off the first-ever "Pizza with Purpose" campaign with a "Peace, Joy & Pizza" Sweepstakes.
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream is adding limited-time seasonal treats to its menu in December. Its franchisees have reported 11 straight quarters of same-store sales growth.
Wienerschnitzel has introduced the first ever Wiener Wednesday, when guests can enjoy 99-cent Chili Cheese Fries on Nov. 25.
Krystal is offering Sprite Cranberry for the holidays, and a collectible plush Coca-Cola bear donation will be made to Toys for Tots for each special drink sold.
LivingSocial has expanded its Restaurants Plus program to Washington D.C. The program, according to a company press release, introduces consumers to a variety of dining destinations and allows them to earn up to 25 percent cashback off their meals when they swipe with their registered cards.
Tim Hortons announced it is recognizing Americans' good deeds with its #WarmWishes holiday campaign.
Krystal is releasing its new Thanksgiving stuffing recipe for the holidays.
White Castle announced it will host a Turkey Slider Drop on Friday at a White Castle in Cincinnati. The promotion is to celebrate the launch of its new turkey menu lineup with a tie-in to the iconic "WKRO in Cincinnati" television show's famous Thanksgiving episode.
Arby's announced it has teamed with A.1. sauce for the new A.1. special reserve steak sandwich.
Church's Chicken and the Atlanta Hawks professional basketball team have signed a multi-year deal relating to Atlanta’s Philips Arena as well as surrounding Church's locations.
Villa Enterprises announced the return of the the harvest panini sandwich and harvest salad at all Green Leaf’s Beyond Great Salads restaurant locations for a limited time.
Wienerschnitzel announced mini corn dogs have returned to the menu for 25 cents each.
Subwaywill celebrate National Sandwich Day with a national offer featuring a "BOGO" twist.
Taco Bell is teaming up with Major League Baseball during the World Series for the "Steal a Base, Steal a Breakfast" promotion.
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