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Dickey's Rings in Largest Sales Day in History

For Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants Inc. the holiday season is off to a great start. One of the nation’s largest barbecue brands achieved one-day sales of over one million dollars the day before Thanksgiving. In addition, sales exceeded a 50.1 percent increase year over year for the week of Thanksgiving with over 19,000 holiday turkeys and hams sold system wide.


Dickey’s Partners with Hope for the Brave

Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants Inc. announced a partnership with Hope for the Brave, a North Texas organization focused on building awareness and facilitating collaborations in housing, healthcare, education, and employment for veterans re-entering the community.  Dickey’s Barbecue will be giving 10 percent of all sales of local whole meats and holiday meals to Hope for the Brave during November and December.

Dickey’s Beefs Up Catering Sales

Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants Inc. beefed up catering sales efforts by introducing a national catering hotline. The Dickey’s Barbecue national hotline announced sales from this new channel have surged over the $5 million mark and continue to break monthly sales records, making Dickey’s one of the number one barbecue catering service in the nation.


Dickey’s Barbecue Brings In First-Ever CIO

Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants announced Brian Maupin as the company’s first chief information officer.

The former AT&T executive was selected for the newly created role to lead Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants to the front of the restaurant industry through technology innovations and advanced analytical techniques.

Dickey’s Rolling Out New Dough

In September, Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants across the country will be literally rolling out new dough. The new artisanal breads are modeled after Dickey’s signature rolls with a touch of Southern sweetness and fresh, simple ingredients. New bread items will include handcrafted buns, hoagies, and dinner rolls baked daily in all restaurants.


Dickey’s Ribs Theme of New Campaign

Ribs are the backbone of any barbecue restaurant and the best ribs are messy. Dickey’s Barbecue thinks that’s a great social media campaign to let customers show their saucier sides. Extra napkins may be needed, but #DickeysAllOverYourFace is a campaign to encourage customers to fully enjoy their barbecue, especially Dickey’s fall-off-the-bone ribs.


Right on ’Cue

A great way to start an argument is to talk about America’s best barbecue. It’s a dispute that won’t be resolved.

“A lot depends on where you were raised, because you get an emotional allegiance to one particular type of barbecue,” says Peter Reinhart, chef on assignment in the College of Culinary Arts at Johnson & Wales University’s Charlotte, North Carolina, campus.