Bob Campbell, president of Tappan Street Restaurant Group, parent to Taco Mac, a 22-unit, Atlanta-based casual-dining chain, says that despite the sluggish economy business remains solid, thanks to smart marketing moves, new limited time offers and a continued focus on good food and service. Though the third quarter was not as strong as it has been in previous years, he said same-store sales increased 7.5 percent in October, and he is hopeful the trend will continue through the rest of the ...

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