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The brand’s new owner is betting the deal will appeal to midweek customers without the margin pressures that nixed it two years ago.
The company is kicking off “Baconfest” with numerous promotions.
The limited-time offer features tropical Creme Frappuccino in vibrant colors.
The new name, part of a brand refresh, better reflects the struggling chain’s French roots as it positions itself for growth.
The company apologized to Tempe, Ariz., police after a barista asked six officers to leave one of its stores on July 4.
The casual chain is testing the Midwestern chain’s pies as a draw for more delivery sales.
The quick-service chain is offering unlimited original burgers and fries for $5.99 for a limited time.
Industry vet Natalia Franco will lead the fast-casual brand’s marketing strategies.
The 29-year-old brand is changing its name, menu and design.
Industry veteran Jenifer Boyd Harmon will lead the casual-dining chain’s marketing strategy.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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