Moms plan to cut down on dining out this year, and when they do go to restaurants with their families, they're more likely to choose a place that is kid-friendly and offers value, according to new research from BOHAN Advertising. David Bohan, chairman and CEO of the Nashville, Tenn.-based ad agency, said that while many moms are less open to some restaurant industry trends gaining steam with consumers as a whole — such as social-media offers, mobile marketing and ethnic flavors — ...
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