said 1 year, 4 months ago:
WHAT’S IN A NAME?
I’m thinking the BBQ restaurant’s name has something to do with why this went extremely viral, lol. I mean what were they thinking? And what kind of customers would consider that a “family” restaurant?
I mean, can you imagine sitting with the news staff at that TV station discussing whether they should cover the story at all? They created a better story by playing it straight and choosing to make that business an unmentionable household name, KNOWING it would go viral.
I mean, how exactly do you announce to your children that you’re going there for a bite to eat? I mean, good gracious, how do they advertise at all when given FCC standards?
Is it possible that this was all a publicity stunt to advertise the restaurant? I mean, will YOU ever forget this restaurant exists near Turner Field and Atlanta Braves games where millions of hungry people constantly drive long distances to come within four miles of YOUR restaurant?
Hmmmmm. If I were their creepy ad agency, that’s exactly what I’d do. That’s exactly what Hooter’s has done. So will we be seeing a chain of these restaurants coming soon to a neighborhood near you?
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