Fueling demand for nontraditional growth
(Continued from page 1) Thus far, there is less demand from current Fazoli’s operators wanting to explore nontraditional locations than from the convenience store chains themselves wanting to become franchisees, Sherwood said. He added that Fazoli’s plans to open four more convenience store or travel center locations next year, and depending upon permitting and negotiations for other deals, could open as many as eight. Meanwhile, Checkers and Rally’s operators are ...
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