Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. blamed disappointing second-quarter results on a challenging economy, discounting by competitors and marketing missteps, the company said Thursday. The Greenwood Village, Colo.-based casual-dining operator said same-store sales rose 1.2 percent during the quarter ended July 13, but the increase resulted from a 3.7-percent increase in average check, which offset a 2.5-percent decline in guest counts. Red Robin chief executive Steve Carley said economic ...

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