THE ROLE OF ADVERTISING IN THE PATRONAGE OF FAST FOOD CENTERS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS (A CASE STUDY OF DA ARUGO ENUGU)
the Role of advertising in the patronage of fast food firms in Enugu Metropolis. Chapter one discuss on the introduction background, of the study, statement of problem, objective of the study, statement of problem. Objective of the study, research questions, significance of the study, scope of the study, limitation and final definition of terms. Chapter two talks about review or related literature, which include introduction, definition of advertising, types of advertising. The essence of good advertising budget, advertising media, finally the effect of advertising. Chapter three discuss the research design, population of the study, sampling procedures and course of data and finally, discipline of data analysis techniques. Chapter four show the presentation, analysis and interpretation of data form. Finally chapter five talks about summary of findings. Conclusion and recommendation and suggestions for further study.
- BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Advertising is a powerful communication tools used by companies to fulfill their promotional task. It is a promotional tool which its relevance and contribution is social economic and ethical sphere is immeasurable. It is the only communicate the existence of quality of their product to the target audience. It is not only used by profit oriented organization, but also by politician’s government and other charitable organizations. American marketing association (AMA) defines advertising and promotion of ideas goods and services by an identified sponsor. The word any paid form distinguishes advertising from personal selling because it is used to reach large number of audience through mass media. It is not a face to face presentation. It may complement of supplement the job of personal selling but must pass through the media. Advertising is personal selling in print and electronic media. Advertising promotes both tangible and intangible goods. It is for both profit and non profit and service organization such as banks, insurance companies, church, transport companies, government prostates such as power holding company of Nigeria (PHCN) and political parties and their candidates tangible goods.