Five Guys Burgers and Fries, the rapidly expanding fast-casual burger brand, primed the pump for further growth by increasing the size of its credit facility with GE Capital, Franchise Finance recently. The burger specialist closed on a $100 million facility, made up of a $45 million revolving line of credit and a $55 million term loan. Funding was provided through GE Capital Financial Inc., the bank affiliate of GE Capital, Franchise Finance. Founded in 1986 in Arlington, Va., Five Guys ...
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