The new location is part of the chain's efforts to move beyond shopping malls
Hoping to break out of shopping mall food courts, the 66-year-old Hot Dog on a Stick chain last week opened its first drive-thru location, one of a number of test initiatives to spark new growth. The Hot Dog on a Stick drive thru opened in West Jordan, Utah, in the corner of a shopping center parking lot, said Dan Smith, the Carlsbad, Calif.-based chain’s president and chief executive. RELATED • Mixt Greens founders to debut cash-free sandwich concept • Tea Lounge to expand ...
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