Top 200: Company Census

The NRN Top 200 report, now in its 42nd year, ranks the largest restaurant chains and parent companies based on U.S. sales, with subsequent additional rankings of those qualifying chains unit counts, growth, market shares and other metrics. The annual, industry-leading report has been used as a benchmarking tool for restaurants, suppliers, distributors and analysts to track restaurant brands, private-equity ownership and segment growth or decline.

To submit your restaurant company for consideration, all fields below must be completed and submitted to NRN.

All information is subject to verification, which may result in the changing of data based on proprietary formulas and industry insight by NRN database managers, editors and their sources.

You are now on the Top 200 COMPANY form, which collects corporate information on food & beverage revenue. To submit brand-based CHAIN results, please see the Top 200 CHAIN form.

More Information:

The full 2015 Top 200 special reports will be available in the June 15 and July 13 issues of Nation's Restaurant News.

For questions on Top 200 data, please contact Alan J. Liddle, NRN's Data & Event Content Director.

 

Include end date for fiscal years under way, ending on or before June 30.

Includes latest fiscal year revenue from company-store sales and initial franchise fees and royalities.

Include only domestic (U.S.) operations, excluding Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Please be clear in specifiying $ millions, billions, or thousands.

Project full-year results for fiscal years under way, ending on or before June 30.

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