GOLDEN Colo. After a difficult fiscal year, Good Times Restaurants Inc. is hoping for better results in 2009 by repositioning itself as a higher-quality burger brand and by avoiding the discounting of its larger fast-food competitors. Beginning this month, the 54-unit Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard chain said it would make all of its hamburgers from all-natural Angus beef, and make the patties 10 percent larger. Good Times also will offer a honey-cured bacon burger, hand-breaded ...
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