Survey: August same-store sales up 2.3% despite economic woes
As the stock market declined this summer, consumer confidence crumbled and economic outlooks became more “double dip” than “slow recovery,” it seems no one told the restaurant customer, who continued to dine out and drive industry same-store sales. The latest MillerPulse operator survey, an exclusive to Nation’s Restaurant News, found that industry same-store sales rose 2.3 percent in August, about flat from a same-store sales increase of 2.1 percent in July ...
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