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The once “quiet” brand has shifted its marketing and advertising to get in front of customers.
GameWorks is installing computer terminals within all its fun-and-food branches in a bid for video game fans.
The company is reviewing its local media agency less than two years after consolidating its agencies under a single firm.
The company changed its name to simply Pincho as it prepares for growth beyond Florida.
But doughnuts will remain in the promotional spotlight, along with a new coffee drink and sandwiches.
The company is reportedly planning new Donut Sticks later this year in a bid to get back its breakfast steam.
The burrito chain introduced new Lifestyle Bowls aimed at customers on specific diets.
Just years after company added breakfast all day, a new demand has emerged, but complexity is the chain’s biggest problem, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
The company is bringing back its 2-for-$5 offer and ditching its $6 meal.
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