Taco John’s is joining other restaurant chains, including Papa John's and Pizza Inn, in building up its franchise system through development incentives. The Cheyenne, Wyo.-based “West-Mex” brand with more than 415 restaurants in 25 states said Wednesday it would waive royalties for qualifying new franchised locations — those with agreements signed before March 31, 2011, and that open before the end of next year — during the first 12 months of operation. The ...

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