Millennials are the next baby boom. As boomers start to move into the traditional retirement years and presumably spend less, we need someone to take their place as good restaurant customers and the engine of our consumer-driven economy.
 Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are the most likely candidates. First, they’re more numerous: There are 85 million of them, compared with 80 million baby boomers. And they are young. Millennials are approximately 15 to 34 years old now and ...

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