October 2001
Nation's Restaurant News;10/1/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 40, p67
Trade Publication
Presents the Hot-Button Topics for 2001 in benefit of restaurateurs in the United States. Implication of terrorist attacks for the restaurateurs; Discovery of extreme marketing adopted by operators to gain more customers; Effect of energy crisis on the restaurant operators; Influence of technology on the vital food supply of the country.


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