As the Nov. 4 presidential election fast approaches, restaurateurs and consumers are more focused on the perilous economy and what government bailouts might do to help stem the chaos.But smart, astute operators already are working within their own four walls to meet the challenges. They are providing as much value for the consumer as is practicable, and they are taking that value to where those people actually are consuming it. They already are paraphrasing the Clinton campaign strategy from ...
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