“Because at Red Lobster, we Sea Food differently.” And with that little play on words, seafood chain restaurant Red Lobster officially cements itself as both a brand and a Facebook page that sees interacting with fans, regular customers, and new...
Natalie Dallaire's insight:
In an age when every company has a Facebook/Twitter page but very few offer incentive to actually "like" or follow, Red Lobster might have the right idea.
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