Rick Wion, director of social media for McDonald’s Corp., says social media avenues, such as Twitter, allow big corporations the opportunity to make the restaurant experience warmer and more intimate. “It’s really not about how many people are following you," Wion said. "It’s about the level of engagement, really the strong connections you are making with customers.” VIDEO: Nation’s Restaurant News spoke with Wion last week after his ...

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