NASHVILLE TENN. Starbucks has been forced to undertake. —It’s a struggle for a restaurant brand to remain relevant to consumers, and an ad agency here suggests operators start thinking differently about what a brand really is to avoid the same type of damage control “We used to think of brands as very static things that never changed,” said Jamie Dunham, chief planning officer for Bohan Advertising | Marketing, whose clients ...

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