To Combat Economic Downturn, Asian-Fusion Restaurant Miru 8691 Utilizes Social Media To Pull In A Wave of New Customers From The Web Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 24, 2011Chef Miru Jung's American Dream began 10 years ago when the Korean immigrant found a job as a dishwasher in Downtown LA. Chef Miru and his brother, Calvin, saved for years in order to open their eclectic Korean-American burger and sushi restaurant in Beverly Hills, Miru 8691. Their unique ingredients and gourmet presentation made them a quick local favorite, with popular menu items like the Kalbi burger, which includes filet mignon cubes cooked into the burger patty. Business had been growing steadily when the economy took a turn for the worse, and the Jung brothers found themselves struggling to get by once again.
Chef Miru decided to try Internet marketing as a last attempt to turn his business around, seeking help from Los Angeles-based firm, /excelamktg, to bring new customers in the door. /excelamktg owners Ashley Ranger & Dexter Hutchison sat down with Chef Jung, who exudes positivity and cooks up the #1 burger in America according to TheBurgerReview.com. After learning that the Jungs had next to no budget available for their services, they offered to provide a web facelift for free— the burgers are THAT good!
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