While the troubled economy has forced many chain operators to curtail their expansion plans, Texas de Brazil executives insist that the downturn has helped to fuel growth of the Brazilian-American churrascaria brand. With 26 units currently open, the Dallas-based upscale chain is planning to nearly double its count by the close of 2014, said Anil Sekhri, director of operations. “In this economy there are a lot of good deals to be had,” he said. “People are ...
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