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Delight Restaurant Group has acquired 65 Wendy's from Primary Aim.

Delight Restaurant Group acquires 65 Wendy’s units

With purchase from Primary Aim, company now owns 197 quick-service burger units and 29 Taco Bells

Delight Restaurant Group LLC has acquired 65 Wendy’s restaurants in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, the company announced Tuesday.

Norfolk, Va.-based Delight, which already franchised 132 Wendy’s restaurants and 29 Taco Bell units, said it acquired the restaurants from Zanesville, Ohio-based Primary Aim LLC, which continues to operate 11 Wendy’s units in Ohio.

Delight Restaurant Group was founded in 2016 by managing partners Andrew Krumholz and Richard Krumholz.

With this acquisition, Delight Restaurant Group owns and operates 226 restaurants, which it said generate $500 million in sales in eight states, including Indiana, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Delight Restaurant Group said it plans to continue expanding through acquisitions and new-unit development.

Richard Krumholz said in a statement: “We are thrilled to welcome and acquire this high-quality team and portfolio of Wendy's restaurants to Delight.” Delight joined the Wendy’s system seven years ago.

Delight is a division of Delight Holdings, which has investments in real estate, real estate technology, rebab centers, golf tours, waxing services, information technology services, and travel tour operations.

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