With a reimaging effort completed in half of its restaurants, Schlotzsky’s continues to expand its menu, with pizza and salads among the traditional sandwich offerings, and grow its tri-branded locations with sibling brands Carvel and Cinnabon. As a result of these efforts, the 356-unit Schlotzsky’s has seen its customer demographics skewing younger and more female, and same-store sales increases continuing for a sixth year, said Kelly Roddy, president of the Austin, Texas-based ...

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