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MUFSO39s Cause amp Effect panelists from left Amanda Hite of BTC Revolutions JR Galardi of Wienerschnitzel Erik Oberholtzer of Tender Greens and Chad Houser of Cafeacute Momentum in Dallas

MUFSO's Cause & Effect panelists, from left: Amanda Hite of BTC Revolutions, J.R. Galardi of Wienerschnitzel, Erik Oberholtzer of Tender Greens and Chad Houser of Café Momentum in Dallas.

Operators: How doing good can be good for business

This is part of Nation’s Restaurant News' special coverage of the 2015 MUFSO conference that took place Sept. 20–22 at the Hyatt Regency at Reunion Tower in Dallas.

With Millennials putting more emphasis on choosing to work for and spend their money at businesses that have a sense of greater purpose, social responsibility matters.

So said three restaurant operators who shared their stories at the recent MUFSO Conference in Dallas last month, including Irvine, Calif.-based Wienerschnitzel, Los Angeles-based Tender Greens and Dallas-based Café Momentum.

Amanda Hite, CEO and chief change officer of Be The Change Revolutions, who mode

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