I’ve picked places based on all of the above at one point or another. In recent years, my decisions are based much more on the quality of the food and the ambiance. I don’t want to sit in loud restaurants or suffer through another boring meal. But that is tied in with my purpose in going out, which we discussed earlier. When my purpose in going out is to have a specific conversation, I don’t really care what I eat–the food is not the point. But when I dine out for pleasure, I want it to be, well, pleasurable. I want to have delicious food, relaxing or interesting ambiance, and attentive service.
This week, let’s talk about brand loyalty–Coke vs. Pepsi, Dr Pepper vs Mr Pibb. If you have a preference for one brand over another, what do you do when you are served the “wrong” one? Weigh in below.
|If I order a brand name and get the competitor…|
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