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Restaurant same store sales by segment.

SegmentPrior QTR*Current QTRTrend
Quick Service1.7% 2.6% Positive
Fast Casual2.4% 2.2% Positive
Full Service -0.8% 0.5% No change
Casual Dining-0.9% -0.1% No change
Family Dining 0.7% 1.3% Positive

*Q2 2014

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Brands Trend + Sentiment - Sentiment SP Score
KFC ↑ 10% 50% 50% 4
Newk's ↑ 15% 100% 0% 100
Famous Dave's ↓ -12% 60% 40% 22
Smith & Wollensky ↑ 4% 81% 19% 58

SP Score = Propensity of a reviewer to return to a concept or recommend it to other consumers.

Last Updated on 10-7-2014

 
bill jw marriott and Deborah Marriott Harrison RLC 2015
By 
Sara Rush, Senior Associate Editor

Published in Restaurant Business Daily

Bill Marriott took the main stage at the Restaurant Leadership Conference the day before his 83rd birthday providing insights on what he thinks it takes to run a successful company.

bill jw marriott and Deborah Marriott Harrison RLC 2015
By 
Sara Rush, Senior Associate Editor

Published in Restaurant Business Daily

Bill Marriott took the main stage at the Restaurant Leadership Conference the day before his 83rd birthday providing insights on what he thinks it takes to run a successful company.

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bill jw marriott and Deborah Marriott Harrison RLC 2015
By 
Sara Rush, Senior Associate Editor

Published in Restaurant Business Daily

Bill Marriott took the main stage at the Restaurant Leadership Conference the day before his 83rd birthday providing insights on what he thinks it takes to run a successful company.

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