Brands harness grassroots passion by letting their most loyal customers do the talking
Michael Morrison was 13 when he first visited a Red Robin restaurant and experienced the teenage heaven that is burgers and bottomless fries. As he grew to adulthood, Morrison’s love for Red Robin also grew. Now 28, the small-business owner and father of four from Spanaway, Wash., said he takes great pleasure in introducing Red Robin virgins to the brand. He takes an active role responding to negative comments on the chain’s Facebook page. And his second child was born in a Red ...
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