TIME TO CHANGE: If you're not thinking about your youngest customers, it's time to start doing so. Not long back, the New York Times ran a story about a guy who shows up at a Hooters in Manhattan and asks the hostess if they have a diaper-changing table in the men's room. As you might expect, the national chain restaurant did not. Surprisingly, Hooters, known for its scantily clad female staff, did have a changing table in the women's room. The accommodating staff offered to watch the ...
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