Master of Science in Hotel Administration
Yen-Soon Kim, Committee Chair
First Committee Member
Second Committee Member
Graduate Faculty Representative
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In recent years there has been an increased awareness of how the actions of the foodservice industry are effecting the environment. With this awareness we have begun to see a change in priorities for both new and existing businesses. At the forefront of this change in the "green" direction is the GRA who certifies how eco-friendly an establishment is based on its' environmental guidelines. This study will examine the correlation between customer return intention and the institution of green practices within a restaurant setting. The expected outcome would be that a restaurant that is certified green or, implementing measures to become more sustainable will have higher customer retention, than those who choose to operate using traditional operational practices.
Certified green restaurants; Customer patronage; Environment; Green practices; Green Restaurant Association (GRA); Restaurants; Return intention; Sustainability
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Natural Resources and Conservation | Sustainability
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Szuchnicki, Audrey L., "Examining the influence of restaurant green practices on customer return intention" (2009). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 155.
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