Can restaurants afford to be anti-social?

computerdiningIn a 2011 Harris Interactive poll, more than half of adults under 35 reported checking out more than two websites before patronizing a local business; 63 percent of them first go to Google.com and 24 percent check Facebook. A recent National Restaurant Association study suggests that adults who identify themselves as technologically connected and social media-savvy dine out more than other adults.

Still, not all restaurants are aboard the social media gravy train.

Read the full post on the Luckie ReThink Tank blog >

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