Recent controversies on the Facebook pages of Buffalo Wild Wings and Denny’s showed that, even if restaurant brands do not pick sides in heated political arguments, they may not benefit from staying silent either. NRN SOCIAL 200 Visit the NRN Social 200 RELATED • Restaurant social media trends for 2013 • Top 10 restaurant brand advertisers • More restaurant industry marketing news Gun control and the Second Amendment were launched back into ...

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