Aggressive remodeling programs, menu upgrades, social media campaigns and a growing public interest in breakfast have helped many of the legacy brands that make up the Family-Dining segment display renewed vigor. Average sales growth among the seven Family-Dining brands within the Top 100 hit 4 percent in the Latest Year.
“I think family dining in general has stepped up to be more reactive and proactive to the needs of the guests,” said John Dillon, chief marketing o
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