SAN DIEGO Jack in the Box said it is entering into a partnership with a specialized media company to feature in-restaurant entertainment in its 2,000 units. Franchisor Jack in the Box Inc. said a handful of restaurants have already installed high-definition TVs to show news and entertainment features. The system will be included in new stores and retrofitted into older ones as they are re-imaged during the next four to five years, headquarters indicated.The content, the company ...
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