Arby's two largest franchisees have announced plans that may bring the two companies together.
The two chains with a common parent, Triarc Restaurant Group, are looking to make every customer a winner.
Arby's "Quest for the Best" video, a sixteen-minute presentation created to boost employees' delivery of customer service, took the 2001 "Best in Show" Gold Aurora Award.
Arby’s, Inc. has signed two separate multi-unit development agreements with franchisee owners Jan Headlee and Tom Clarke for a total of 20 new Arby’s locations in New York.
The Arby's Foundation™ divvied up $50,000 in scholarship money between twelve outstanding youths from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) mentoring program.
Triarc Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TRY) announced today that the Company purchased all of the remaining 1,999,207 shares of non-voting Triarc Class B common stock held by affiliates of Victor Posner at a per share price of $21.93, for a total purchase price of approximately $43.8 million.
Triarc Cos. Inc., franchiser of Arby's, has named Francis McCarron chief financial officer.
Triarc Companies, Inc. announces the results of operations for its first quarter of 2001.
Participating Arby’s franchisees have joined with Pepsi-Cola to feature marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey on limited edition 32oz Twist ‘N Go beverage cups.
Breaking with its 15-year tradition of buying local-market broadcast advertising, Arby's is launching its first national television ad campaign to introduce the chain's newest line of sandwiches designed for adult tastes: Arby's Market Fresh.