Bad Daddy improvement boosts Good Times

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Good Times Restaurants witnessed higher same-store sales in both its Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar and Good Times Burgers and Frozen Custard chains during the third quarter.

Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar’s same-store sales rose 1.2 per cent year over year while Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard grew 5.8 per cent during the three months to June 25.

Meanwhile, Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar’s average weekly sales totaled $52,555 and Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard amounted to $31,780.

“In May, we completed the remodel of one of our restaurants in Lakewood, Colorado and we closed on the purchase of the Good Times restaurant in the Denver suburb of Parker, Colorado and are extremely pleased with its first few weeks of operations as a company-owned restaurant,” said Ryan Zink, president and CEO at Good Times Restaurants.

“The improvement in Bad Daddy’s sales performance is encouraging, with the concept generating same-store sales gains for the quarter. We are seeing progressive improvements in sales across all geographic regions, the result of a sharp focus on the guest and elevated operating standards.”

The company added that it had installed its next-generation point-of-sale system in 11 of its 26 company-owned restaurants on the first day of the fiscal fourth quarter.

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