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The U.K. operations of each have been targeted by two environmental activists overseas. The oldest of which is 9.
PDQ POS is able to assign, track and measure delivery services—down to the sales generated on a given day by each driver—so that the customer knows exactly how drivers are performing, at which time of day and on what delivery routes.
The fast-casual pizza chain is currently leasing three custom-fitted trucks from Zume, with plans to expand the partnership.
Recent moves show that big companies are intent on pushing their capabilities more aggressively than ever, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
The coffee chain is also making a key enhancement to its DD Perks loyalty program.
The chain was accused of continuing to text deal offers to opted-in customers after they had opted out.
Social media is generating buzz for The Dolly Llama, a four-unit dessert concept based in Southern California.
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