MHR 441 Manifesto Rough Cut Assignment

MHR 441 Manifesto Rough Cut Assignment - th free! Also,...

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Dylan Abruscato 11/15/2011 Dream Manifesto Rough Cut Assignment Rewards programs for the hungry To people who want to help out but cannot: Did you know that over 250 million pounds of food is thrown away each day? 1 Did you know that there are over 40 million people in America that live in hunger? 2 Hunger in America is inevitable, and my dream will enable anyone to help out and give back. My dream is to solve hunger in America by creating a punch-based giving program, in restaurants and franchises around the country. As opposed to a punch-based rewards program, my program would donate food to the hungry (not the customer) for every X amount of food purchased on the customer’s card. With the current trying economic times, nearly every franchise restaurant uses the technology of a rewards or loyalty programs. For example, the chain Jamba Juice has a rewards program of, “Buy 9 Smoothies, Get the 10
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Unformatted text preview: th free! Also, Cosi gives loyal customers a free entre after 10 entrees have been purchased on their Cosi card. If franchises are already willing to give away food for every X amount of food purchased, why not donate that food to the people in America that live in hunger? McDonald's sells approximately 4.2 million hamburgers a day in the United States. 3 If they had one of my punch-based systems in place, think of how much food could be donated by loyal customers that normally could not make a difference. The restaurant industry, with the help of its customers, can end hunger together! A lot of people want to make a difference, but cannot. Now, they can. Mantra: It doesnt take much to end hunger. 1,2 3
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2012 for the course MHR 441 taught by Professor Kim during the Spring '12 term at Wisconsin.

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