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Inside Holler & Dash, Cracker Barrel’s offshoot for millennials


The Washington, D.C.-based chain priced its shares between $17 and $19, which would raise more than $274 million.

The chain will use the proceeds to repay debt, fund capital projects and buy back stock. It hopes to do the same with other restaurants.

The pizza chain is acquiring restaurants from a franchisee, believing that operating its own locations in the market will improve sales over the long term.

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