(Continued from page 1) Some chains have taken to nontraditional locations to find the right sites. Is that something Pancheros is exploring? We’re going to stay very basic in what we do, because we believe the business isn’t really going to change. We don’t believe in going into travel centers or C-stores, so we haven’t modified our footprint. We’ll still need 2,000 to 2,400 square feet and 20 or so tables, and it becomes a problem in the long run if you ...

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