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July 28, 2004


If meetings happen at McD's by coincidence, good for them. But I don't think they'd be successful in pursuing this as a strategy.

On the basis of your comment, sounds like the kids would be just as happy going to a playground where the ambience is decidedly more adult um, like Starbucks?

I smell a niche.

Great post but some good questions. What is a meeting? It's not always an event. Sometimes it's just two people or two families or groups getting together someplace. Hey, I don't love that my kids love McDonald's. But I live in Seattle and ever since a bunch of them put in huge jungle gyms indoors I find myself meeting a bunch of other parents there, many of whom I either already do business with or hope to. Seems like something worth capturing.

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