DOVE CANYON Calif. Officials of the Dennyâ€™s Franchisee Association said Monday they would form a purchasing co-operative and a national marketing advisory council to help the family-dining chainâ€™s franchisees take advantage of their size and scale. According to the franchisee association, which represents about 80 percent of Dennyâ€™s restaurant operators, a consultant already has been hired to assist in the formation of the purchasing co-op. The Dennyâ€™s chain totals about 1,541 ...
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