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Eric and Alex Adler

Restaurant Marketing: Eric & Alex Adler’s Branding Power

What transforms a single unit family owned and operated restaurant into a regional giant with nine locations? Today we chat with Eric and Alex Adler, cofounders of the Puesto restaurant chain in Southern California. They, like so many other families, built a restaurant to share their love of food and culture with their community. But, unlike so many others in our industry, they’ve thrived, building 10 restaurants in 10 years. Today we discuss the strategies and tools that they used to scale their family restaurant.

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