GOLDEN Colo. Good Times Restaurants Inc., parent of the 54-unit Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard chain, said July and August same-store sales each increased 13.8 percent from the same months of last year, driven by the success of its new Bambino burgers, or sliders. Guest traffic was up about 8 percent during those months, as menu prices increased about 5 percent over the year earlier, according to company president and chief executive Boyd Hoback. The company said that so far ...

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