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brand loyaltynoun [U]

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MARKETING, COMMERCE the habit of always choosing to buy a particular product or brand: build/create/develop brand loyalty The company should focus on delivering the best product at the cheapest price, and that will build brand loyalty. encourage/maintain brand loyalty More than 60% express strong brand loyalty when they buy food and beverages.
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