Jake's Wayback Burgers

Jake's Wayback Burgers Plans Massive Expansion

Jake’s Wayback Burgers, a burger joint with 31 open locations, today announces that it will open five new franchises in August and has thirteen under construction. Jake’s Wayback Burgers is rapidly expanding, with more than 100 franchises to be sold by 2011.

Jake’s Wayback Burgers opening in August:

One to Watch: Jake’s Wayback Burgers

One of the first things John Eucalitto and Bill Chemero learned when they partnered with Jake’s Hamburgers founder John Carter to form Jake’s Franchising LLC in 2009 was how many Jakes there were in the world.

“While negotiating and discussing Jake’s Hamburgers, there was a trademark issue,” Eucalitto says. “We decided that since we were going to grow nationally and potentially internationally, we needed to get a registered trademark, and there were a lot of other Jakes out there.”

Chow Down with Jake's Wayback Burgers, Win Money

Jake’s Wayback Burgers announced that it will kick off its 4th Annual Chowdown Showdown Road Tour, which will be held August 2 to 12, and will host burger-eating qualifying rounds at 11 of its restaurants, all to start at 4 p.m. The winner of each qualifying round will be eligible to participate in the Grand Finale at Frawley Stadium in Wilmington, Delaware, on August 12 at 10 p.m. The winner of the 4th Annual Chowdown Showdown will be awarded with a cash prize of $2,000, second place $1,000, and third place $500.

Ring In Summer With a Free Milkshake

Jake’s Wayback Burgers, with 27 locations throughout the mid-Atlantic and 17 under construction, announced that on Tuesday, June 21, the fast-casual restaurant chain will celebrate the first day of summer by giving away free 12 oz. Strawberry Lemonade hand-dipped milkshakes.

The free milkshakes will take place at every Jake’s Wayback Burgers locations, all day, while supplies last.

Next Three Months Hold Expansion for Jake's Burgers

Jake’s Wayback Burgers, America’s hometown burger joint, with 27 restaurants located throughout the mid-Atlantic, announced that it will open nine new restaurants in the New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania markets in May, June, and July of 2011. 

Jake’s Wayback Burgers is rapidly expanding, with more than 100 newly expected franchises to be sold by 2011. The new restaurants will open in the following locations:

Jake's Gives Seafood a Go for Lent

Jake’s Wayback Burgers, with 27 locations throughout the mid-Atlantic and 13 under construction, announced its new Icelandic cod fish filet, the W.B. Cod Sandwich. This marks the first seafood product for the chain. The W.B. Cod Sandwich will be available in all locations on April 1 and will be featured as the April “Burger of the Month,” along with the Orange Creamsicle “Milkshake of the Month” from April 4 to April 30.  

Jake’s Turns 20, Knocks Down Prices for a Week

Jake’s Wayback Burgers announced that it will celebrate its 20th anniversary on February 21 by rolling back its price of its signature Jake Burger, a double-pattied burger, from $4.99 (price upon location may vary) to $2.49 for one week, systemwide. The 20th Anniversary “way back” promotion will run from February 21 to February 27. 

Philly Burger Joins Jake’s Menu for February

Jake’s Wayback Burgers, with 25 locations throughout the East Coast and 30 to open in the coming months, announced it will be adding the Philly Burger to its menu for the month of February as the “Burger of the Month.” Accompanying the Philly Burger is the chain favorite Black Raspberry “Milkshake of the Month.” 

Jake's Wayback Burgers Announces 10 New Stores

Jake’s Wayback Burgers, with 22 open locations throughout the mid-Atlantic, announced that it will open 10 new franchises. Jake’s Wayback Burgers is rapidly expanding, with 175 newly expected franchises to be sold by 2011. Jake’s Wayback Burgers also has plans to expand internationally.

The 10 new Jake’s Wayback Burgers will be located in Mebane, North Carolina; Torrington, Connecticut; Durham, North Carolina; Meriden, Connecticut; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Brooklyn, New York; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; East Northport, New York; and Orange, Connecticut.  

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