Applebee'S

Applebee’s International, Inc., is an American company which develops, franchises, and operates the Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar restaurant chain. As of December 2011, there were 2,019 restaurants operating system-wide in the United States, one U.S. territory (Puerto Rico) and 15 other countries. The company is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri after moving from Lenexa, Kansas in September 2011.The Applebee's concept focuses on casual dining, with mainstream American dishes such as salads, shrimp, chicken, pasta, and "riblets" (which is considered Applebee's signature dish).
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    … It seems like we’ve been hearing that “this is the year of mobile” since the late 1990s. And yet, every year, it never seems like mobile actually delivers on its true promise. But 2014 bucked that trend. Apple revolutionized payments through its launch of Apple Pay; 800-pound retail gorilla, Walmart, launched a savvy app; and NFC finally got…

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  • Is this man the most talented creative in America?

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  • Brands remind us on Twitter that they will #NeverForget

    …, for reminding us of what really matters on this anniversary. And hey Applebee’s, save us some potato skins. Build-A-Bear This might be 2014′s worst brand 9/11 tweet. But, then the day’s not over yet. No wonder it was removed almost immediately. Too bad, though, that the Internet #NeverForgets. Bikram Yoga, Arlington Wow. This tweet was also removed. Looks…

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  • The good, the bad and the ugly #AppleLive brand tweets

    … types of presentations. — kate spade new york (@katespadeny) September 9, 2014 … but just comes off as Fashion Weak The Ugly Blackberry should given an award for what is undoubtedly the saddest tweet ever written. Rumor has it we’ll hear about #iOS8 today…but #BlackBerry10 remains the winning choice for #enterprise: http://t.co/B8Zw5qw8Gn #BBFactCheck — BlackBerry (@BlackBerry) September 9, 2014 The post The good, the bad and the ugly #AppleLive brand tweets appeared first on Digiday. …

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