Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP), a private equity firm based in St. Louis, announced today it has acquired Freddys Frozen Custard & Steakburgers (Freddys), a Kansas-based franchisor of fast casual restaurants. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Total revenues were $201.1 million, a decrease of 33.6%, primarily due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic including related state and local dining room restrictions; Comparable restaurant revenue decreased 29.0%;
Nathans Famous, Inc. yesterday announces the expansion of their products to Mexico City, Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
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Yesterday the National Restaurant Association released new data showing that the industry continues to struggle in pandemic conditions. In a letter to Congressional leadership, the Association highlighted how the results demonstrate a continued vulnerability for the nations second-largest private sector employer, and warrants prompt passage of the $25 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund in the American Rescue Plan.
Strives for Industry-Leading Commitments to Real Ingredients, Use of Cage-Free Eggs, and also shares its commitment to remove Antibiotics Important to Human Medicine.
Acquisition Enhances Yum! Brands Ability to Make Smart Data-Driven Marketing Decisions; Integrates New Technology Talent into Company
The property is located in a strong retail corridor in Georgia and will be occupied under a new triple net lease by a franchisee operator with 20 years of term remaining and with annual rent increases of 1.5%.
Franchisee Jeff Rigsby of BOJ of WNC, LLC Expected to Hit 100 Store Mark by 2022
Best practices frame relationship between restaurants and third-party delivery companies.