Five GuysFive Guys thrives by being proactive and staying true to its culture of quality.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

For Five Guys, there has been no greater form of advertising than the word-of-mouth generated by its satisfied customers. “We have proven that when you provide the best quality products and service, the customers will find us,” Jason Lee says, adding that this unique approach sets it apart from other restaurants. “We don’t do any advertising, promotions, limited-time offers or traditional marketing. We have total faith that the product markets itself.”

Le DuffLe Duff America cafes inspire a client base that keeps on returning.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

Le Duff America is the U.S. subsidiary of Group Le Duff, a French group founded in 1976. Le Duff America, headquartered in Dallas, was incorporated in 2011. The company operates more than 200 French-themed café-bakeries, coffee houses and boulangeries in the United States and Canada with the brands La Madeleine – which is two-thirds franchise – and Mimi’s – which is 100 percent corporate owned – accounting for the majority.

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Bloomin’ Brands rises above the competition with superior food and customer experiences.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

When customers dine at a Bloomin’ Brands Inc. restaurant, they enjoy a savory meal and service from team members with a passion for both food and hospitality. ““We appreciate that guests choose to dine in our restaurants and we strive to thank them by making their day better!” Vice President of Global Procurement Kristen Brooks said. 

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