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Loyalty360 Reads: May 15 | Panda Express Gives Back, Twitter Lets Employees Work from Home Indefinit

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Corporate Social Responsibility
 
Panda Express Launches Appreciation Discount for Hospital Staff and First Responders
 
To honor National Hospital Week, which is May 10 to May 16, Panda Express has launched an appreciation discount for hospital staff and first responders. The program, which started May 11, gives hospital staff and first responders a 10 percent discount on any in-store purchase at Panda Express and Panda Inn locations.
 
“In a time when connection seems difficult to grasp, we hope to bring comfort and hope by giving back and letting our communities know that they are not alone,” says Dr. Peggy Cherng, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Panda Restaurant Group in the above article. “The appreciation discount program for hospital workers and first responders is a small token of our appreciation for all that they do for us. We will continue to support hospitals with PPE and food donations. Our commitment to caring for our frontline caregivers extends beyond Hospital Week—we will do everything in our ability, however big or small, to take care of our heroes.”
 
 
Procter & Gamble and Cargill Collaborate to Fuel the Future for More Sustainable Products
 
Proctor & Gamble and Cargill have announced a partnership to allow Cargill to work on, according to a press release, an “innovation developed in the corporate R&D labs at P&G that converts lactic acid into bio-based acrylic acid could be a helpful step to shift everyday goods to be made from annually renewable crops.”
 
“This new technology demonstrates that we can leverage the best materials science with new bio-based solutions to deliver sustainable innovation in consumer goods production. By investing in advancing bio-based solutions, we can and will help reduce the carbon footprint of various industries. This is consistent with P&G’s stated Ambition 2030 sustainability goals to look to new, renewable sources of raw materials for conversion into everyday products,” says Dr. Annie Weisbrod, Principal Scientist, Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability at Procter & Gamble in a press release.
 
Employee Focus
 
Twitter Will Let Employees Work from Home Indefinitely
 
Twitter has announced it will let some employees work from home “forever,” as the linked CNN article said. The company also said it does not expect offices to open or support business travel before September.
 
"If our employees are in a role and situation that enables them to work from home and they want to continue to do so forever, we will make that happen," said Twitter's vice president of people, Jennifer Christie, in a statement to CNN Business that’s in the above article. "If not, our offices will be their warm and welcoming selves, with some additional precautions, when we feel it's safe to return."
 
 
Innovation
 
Classic Games on YouTube Proving to Be A Hit For Steelers And NFL
 
Both the National Football League and the Pittsburgh Steelers have started taking advantage of YouTube and how it could help them both stay at the top of football fans' minds. The NFL has also given complimentary access to NFL Game Pass as well as uploading many previous games to its YouTube channel.
 
“Those types of content don’t really work all that well on our other social media platforms – like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or even our website,” Ryan Huzjak, the team’s director of corporate partnerships and sales, said in the above Front Office Sports article. “Those tend to be used a little bit differently, so YouTube has really settled in for us as a nice place for longer-form content, which I think is what the channel is meant to be used for.”
 
Restaurants
 
Outback Parent Company Bloomin’ Brands Doubles Down on Takeout Business After Sales Triple
 
While the last several weeks have been challenging for many brands, especially restaurants, Bloomin’ Brands has seen fantastic success from its pickup and delivery offering.
 
“From the time it started until today we’ve tripled our off-premise business, so that means carryout and delivery,” CEO David Deno said in an appearance on “Closing Bell,” after the company reported first-quarter results which were reported in the above CNBC article. “That’ll really help us as we go forward in our business.”
 
 



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