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Consumers seek value and state that they will visit a restaurant more when there is a rewards program in place.
Asheville, NC (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Loyalogy, provider of loyalty program consulting and analysis services to the restaurant industry, announced the results of its first annual LoyaltyPulse U.S. study tracking consumer attitudes and behavior regarding restaurant rewards programs.
“The LoyaltyPulse study provides clear evidence directly from consumers regarding the effectiveness of restaurant rewards programs and the value associated with using the rewards program data to tailor and target guest e-mail communication,” said Dennis Duffy, President of Loyalogy.
The LoyaltyPulse study, based on detailed survey responses to 50 questions among 1,124 consumers from across the U.S., found that:
ABOUT THE LOYALTYPULSE STUDY
The LoyaltyPulse study was conducted through an online survey of U.S. consumers between the ages of 25 and 65 with household incomes of $75,000 or more. The respondents were selected from an online research panel provided by The Sample Network. The survey consisted of 50 questions in categories that include:
A copy of the LoyaltyPulse study may be purchased for $395. For more information about the LoyaltyPulse study, visit http://www.loyaltypulse.com.
Founded by Dennis Duffy, with more than twenty years of experience developing, managing and analyzing customer loyalty programs, Loyalogy provides loyalty program development, consulting, project management and database analysis services to restaurant companies. For more information, visit http://www.loyalogy.com.
Dennis Duffy – President, Loyalogy, Inc. at 828-333-5860 or dennis(at)loyalogy(dot)com.
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