Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, an 80-unit fast-casual chain based in Baton Rouge, La., sells fried chicken tenders. You can have fries, cole slaw, housemade Cane’s sauce, Texas toast and a drink with them. You can have them on a Kaiser roll. You can buy them individually or in large Tailgate boxes. And that’s about it. So far in 2009, same-store sales are up by 7.7 percent, says Clay Dover, the company’s new “president, chief marketing officer, fry cook and ...
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