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Good Times Sees Same-Store Sales Increases

2012-12-07 Good Times Restaurants announced its same-store sales increased 6.8 percent for the month of November.

Good Times Beats the Heat with 'Rich & Cold' Ads

2011-08-03 The new advertising campaign for Colorado-based burger joint Good Times is using some traditional media platforms—as well as a good dose of humor—to s...

Good Times Hires VP of Franchise Sales and Development

2007-09-13 Franchising veteran James A. DeBolt will act as Good Times's new vice president of franchise sales and development effective October 1, 2007.

Good Times Restaurants Converts From Frozen to Fresh

2005-07-11 Good Times Restaurants Inc. today announced the conversion from frozen Coleman all-natural beef patties to an all-natural fresh product. Under the premise of "Fresh Never Frozen," Good Times continues to increase the variety of freshness and fresh ingredients used to meet their customers' needs.

Good Times to Expand Co-Brand Test with Taco John's

2005-05-10 An additional seven to eight Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard/Taco John’s co-branded units are scheduled to open in Colorado and North Dakota within the year.

Good Times Burgers and Frozen Custard Introduces Four New Chicken Sandwiches

2005-03-21 Burger chain becomes “chicken proud.”...

Good Times, Taco John's Test Co-Branding

2004-03-15 Under the agreement, Taco John's will become a franchisee of Good Times and will incorporate the two concepts into a test store.

Good Times Announces Year-End and Fourth-Quarter Results

2002-11-27 Frozen custard leads to same-store sales increase of 5.8% for the year.

Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard Launches Unique Operator-Partner Program

2002-07-12 Colorado company aims to draw cream of restaurant management crop...

Good Times' Announces Third-Quarter Same Store Sales Increase of 13.2%

2002-07-08 Executives credit the company's new Flavor of the Month program for Good Times' improving numbers, citing the increased traffic brought in by the program.