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2 slices of bacon instead of 3?

 

Have you ever experienced going to a restaurant with a meal in mind that you fondly remember only to have you expectations dashed when the meal arrives without the same portion size that you remember.  So the marketing question is – should the restaurant skimp on the meal and charge the same amount or should they leave the portion size as it was (meeting previous expectation for the quality & quantity) and simply charge more. The waitress today literally told me their bacon was thicker therefore they were now serving two pieces instead of three.

Which way do you think the restaurant should go?

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Throughout Robert’s entire career he has utilized technology extensively and is actively building businesses now using internet marketing. Robert has owned different types of investment real estate and loves the wealth-creation possibilities with real estate. Robert brokered investment real estate for 29 years for clients. In February, 2014 Robert retired from brokerage and now invests for his family’s real estate portfolio, and with partners. Additionally, Robert has been successful in direct sales and network marketing for 25+ years - the leveraged residual income was the attraction, and common theme, between real estate and network marketing. Robert lives with his wife Ana in Mill Creek, WA, USA, and enjoys fly-fishing, electric bass playing, reading, hiking, and travel, in addition to his new hobby of learning how to trade in the Forex market.

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