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This Philly bubble tea shop is letting AI run its marketing

Mi ’N Tea owner Kim Dieu had little time to create promos herself, so she turned to a new tool from POS provider SpotOn for help.

Technology

Restaurant loyalty is stuck in neutral

Tech Check: Many restaurants say their programs aren’t working, but the best way to fix them is not yet clear.

The three-tiered program starts at $7.99 a month and offers families a weekly ration of gaming tokens and tickets, plus discounts on food.

The chain has earmarked $3 million to remind customers of the more than 30 bottomless options on its menu.

Dual locations have generated strong returns overseas and could provide a spark to the chains’ domestic development.

Marketing Bites: It only comes around every four years, after all. Plus, lots of developments in restaurant loyalty programs.

The Mexican fast-food chain launched a program to spotlight emerging chefs. The first group will develop a new type of the Crunchwrap Supreme.

We loved them once. Will we love them again? Nancy Kruse and Lisa Jennings talk about the wave of restaurant brand revivals attempting to make what's old new again.

Marketing Bites: Chains are consoling those who’ve recently been dumped, as well as offering to do the breaking up on behalf of their customers.

The owner of The Weather Channel had sought $100 million from the fast-food giant over ad spending, but a judge dismissed the case on free speech grounds.

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