Company cites promotions, licensing deals as new growth drivers
Ruby Tuesday Inc. said it will look to its younger concepts and licensing deals to spur growth, as well as a continuation of turnaround efforts at its namesake casual-dining chain, including menu promotions. Ruby Tuesday owns or franchises 650 Ruby Tuesday restaurants and is a licensee of such brands as Lime Fresh Mexican, Wok Hay, Jim ’N Nick’s BBQ and Truffles. Sandy Beall, the chief executive at Maryville, Tenn.-based Ruby Tuesday, said the company would continue to ...
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