Restaurant chain IHOP is hosting a contest enticing crepe lovers to try its new entrees and tweet their favorite using one of two hashtags.
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In a reflection of just how important young, mobile-savvy consumers are for quick-service restaurants, Burger King is offering a free Android phone to support the national launch of its mobile coupon application.
Most of the top savers using mobile shopping application Ibotta are women and also tend to be well-educated, according to a survey of its users.
Uber, the mobile application that allows users to order and pay for taxi service via smartphone, is seeking to expand its burgeoning popularity into product delivery-on-demand.
Dunkin’ Donuts celebrated the two-year anniversary of its mobile application recently with a two-day sweepstakes that was promoted on Twitter.
PHILADELPHIA – Wine and liquor retailer Zachy’s hopes to take its recent successful foray into targeting customers online and extend the reach into mobile with the upcoming launch of a responsive Web site.
PHILADELPHIA – Roger Wilco Discount Liquor has taken a logical approach to mobile commerce that leverages the “in the moment” nature of handheld devices.
Full-service restaurant chain Shari’s Café & Pies has launched a mobile rewards program to support a strategic shift from a focus on coupons to building loyalty.
Fast food franchise Subway took puns to a new level in a series of tweets during the premiere of Syfy’s disaster movie sequel Sharknado 2 that showcased a common denominator between fans of the film and of the brand’s sandwiches: biting.
LiveDeal has sped up its discount-serving engine to meet consumers’ growing demand for fast restaurant offers.