This Woman Praises Restaurant In Viral Tweet; Gets Rewarded With Free Chicken For Life!
Nowadays, social media is the single most powerful way to bring into lime light of information or events or people or places. It is also a highly-valued weapon for marketing, particularly for lifestyle and F&B brands and companies. Being only a reason, companies manage what people are saying about them on their social media pages. A bad word about any brand may cause substantial loss to the image of a brand, and good revaluations coming from the right people can also help rise of business of a brand. See what happened when a 24-year-old woman Bri Hall praised a restaurant and its food on Twitter and her tweet went viral. Her tweet praising, fried chicken sandwiches at Roaming Rooster in Washington D.C. garnered a lot of attention on the popular microblogging website. But to her utter surprise when the restaurant decided to thank her for her praise with a promise of free chicken for life.
While Popeyes is cool and all if you live in the DMV area you should check out Roaming Rooster in DC. It’s Black owned, and the founder Mike is Ethiopian born. He grew the family business from a food truck and has always been kind pic.twitter.com/kxS40kETlc
— LA HARA (Breaker of Combs) (@BriHallOfficial) August 26, 2019
Hall’s tweet representing very good reviews about Roaming Rooster’s fried chicken sandwich, was posted on August 27, 2019, following which D.C. locals started queueing up outside the restaurant to try the item out. Hall, a musician by profession,had tweeted, “While Popeyes is cool and all if you live in the DMV area you should check out Roaming Rooster in DC. It’s Black owned, and the founder Mike is born in Ethiopian. He developed the family business from a food truck and has always been kind”.
Y’all I’m about to be THICK thick lol much love ? https://t.co/9Tw89xKPRc
— LA HARA (Breaker of Combs) (@BriHallOfficial) September 8, 2019
According to Post report of Washington, the restaurant sold around 4,500 and 5,000 Piece of sandwiches since the tweet went viral. The family owned business is owned and run by an Ethiopian immigrant Michael Habtemariam, who, said that the tweet was “the best thing” that happened to the restaurant, according to the Post report. Since the tweet enhanced the restaurant’s business, the owner thanked Bri Hall by offering her free chicken for life. Overjoyed Hill tweeted in her gesture, “Y’all I’m about to be highly viscous for much love”.