Industry News

Milestone store to be celebrated with “1,000 Subs for 1,000 Shops” promotion.
Company, which is in the middle of contest that will award a free TCBY store, thinks every franchisor should follow in its footsteps for the sake of the economy.
WAND Corporation, a provider in digital menuboard technology, thinks quick serves should take advantage of new technology as they are required to post nutritional information.
Association is accepting applications for its 2010 Restaurant Neighbor Award, the annual award given to restaurants that exemplify the industry’s community support and philanthropic spirit.
Moe's Southwest Grill adds three new Rice Bowls to its menu for a limited time.
The husband-wife team of John and Dianne Foster are looking forward to opening their own Nick-N-Willy's pizza in Vancouver, Washington.
Quick-serve operators find that going green helps attract and retain employees.
New study shows that 29 percent of hiring managers plan on hiring the same number of summer workers this year as they did in the summer of 2009.
The Kent County Lodging Association recently awarded four students with $750 Hospitality Education Scholarships for the 2010-2011 year.
The independent integrated marketing agency has hried Ted Asbury as its executive vice president.
Einstein Bros. Bagels will be giving away a coupons for one free breakfast sandwich a week for one year at its Glenview, Illinois, grand opening on March 30.
Sticky Fingers, a restaurant chain based in Charleston, South Carolina, now offers a variety of smokehouse combination platters.
Encino, California, will soon be home to a new Capriotti's sandwich shop location.
In a recent online poll put out by Subway restaurants, fans voted the Italian B.M.T. as the favorite submarine sandwich on the quick-service restaurant's menu.
Planet Smoothie's Pink Promise Smoothie will benefit the efforts of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Otis Spunkmeyer Inc. moves three customer care centers into one in Ogden, Utah.