Since typical real estate opportunities are at a premium, development executives for some restaurant franchisors are investing in nontraditional partnerships with retailers, convenience stores and travel centers to drive growth in 2013. Checkers Drive-In, Fazoli’s and Huddle House officials disclosed plans to pursue growth of their standard restaurant footprints this year, but they also expressed optimism that nontraditional expansion would let them reach more customers and better ...

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