In 2005, Hurricane Katrina ripped through Louisiana and surrounding states, and locals were left without homes and jobs and were in dire need of help getting back on their feet.
Checkers is, literally, bringing new restaurants to locations nationwide.
Checkers & Rally’s is gearing up for a busy 2018, with more than 60 new restaurants slated to open this year, about 30 of which are modular build-outs.
Since being purchased by Oak Hill Capital earlier in the year, the 32-year-old brand has grown stronger and more prepared for the future.
These brands should get a look the next time you’re considering a franchise.
Rick Silva, the president and CEO of Checkers Drive-In Restaurants, had a vivid way to describe his company’s bombshell announcement on Thursday.
Big on ideas but small on real estate? Not to worry. Follow these tips and your big concept will fit into a small footprint in no time.
Guess what? Hot dogs and sausages aren’t as boring as you thought. Here's how to wow your customers with wacky wiener flavors and ingredients.
Checkers and Rally’s are now offering new Kool-Aid Slushies. The icy treats launched in May 2016 as part of the new Chill Stop frozen beverage menu.
These 10 brands offer the best bang for your buck—plus a little something extra.
With competition once again heating up among quick serves, the value wars have returned.
Craig Leonard and his team at Mission Foods use RTIconnect to schedule effectively, save time managing inventory, and get the numbers they need.
When Burger King launched its new line of grilled hot dogs last month, Checkers/Rally’s declared a “wiener war.” And while it's not yet clear who is winning the "war,&quo
In a world full of copycats, Checkers/Rally’s restaurants have challenged the competition to be original.
The franchisee/franchisor relationship doesn’t have to be strained. Just follow these tips from those who do it best.
New technologies and changing consumer tastes could lead to more agile pricing strategies—if operators are willing to experiment.
Long an American staple, fried chicken today is getting more creative.
Checkers franchisee Gurpreet Singh describes how store managers can successfully transition to franchise ownership.
In an effort to remain fresh in the quick-service industry, Checkers and Rally’s Restaurants are looking back on cuisine classics for inspiration for future menu items.
Demographic changes bolster snacking throughout the day.