AUSTIN Texas Mama Fu’s Asian House chain executives were interested in a vote of another kind: the kind consumers cast with their wallets. —While much of the nation was glued to TVs and websites the evening of Nov. 4 watching the historic presidential election play out, Expecting election fever to drag down business, management at Murphy Adams Restaurant Group of Austin, operator of six Mama Fu’s units and franchisor of the Pan Asian concept, decided to test ...

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