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How to Turn Customers Into Brand Ambassadors

How a little bit of personal attention can go a long way with customer loyalty.
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Last year Ryan Klarner, a member of his Illinois high school swim team, posted a plea on Taco Bell's Facebook page. Employing a loose interpretation of English grammar, the 15-year-old asked: "Is there any way you guys could make me a customized speedo that says

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