Tips for driving customer loyalty in the restaurant industry

August 29, 2016 Catherine Malone

Tips for driving customer loyalty
in the restaurant industry

By Geoff Smith | Aug. 29, 2016

According to Colloquy’s 2015 Loyalty Census, 54.8 million Americans are enrolled in a restaurant loyalty program. Customers want to be rewarded for spending time and money on their favorite brands, and companies are ponying up to offer rewards that keep customers coming back. Restaurants are paving the way in this market space by developing innovative loyalty programs.

Since 2012, the industry has seen a 107 percent increase in loyalty membership. The prevalence of smartphones—owned by 88 percent of millennials (aged 18-34)—has encouraged restaurant marketers to trade in outdated punch cards for a loyalty program that appeals to this generation.

 

 

 

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