Sonic Corp., parent to the 3,500-unit drive-in chain, said second-quarter same-store sales were positive, and driven by inititives surrounding operations and the chain's menu. Separately, the chain debuted a new line of hot dogs that extends is popular chili-cheese dog offering. In a preview of results for the second quarter, which ended Feb. 28, Sonic said systemwide same-store sales rose between 1 percent and 1.5 percent. It said corporate drive-ins continued to out-perform the ...
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