Smashburger plans to capitalize on its momentum over the past year with several growth strategies in the works for 2015.
The fast-casual chain is testing a new loyalty program in the U.S. It plans to open domestic drive-thru locations for the first time. And it is moving into the United Kingdom this year
The Denver-based chain also recently rolled out mobile ordering, and plans to open 75 to 80 restaurants in 2015, according to CEO Scott Crane.