Wayback Burgers sees growth in Q2

Wayback Burgers has reported a solid Q2 filled with expansion and growth in pre-established markets. During the quarter, the chain, which now has more than 160 locations worldwide, opened restaurants in Birmingham, Alabama and Little Rock, Arkansas, and signed two leases for Pooler, Georgia, and Pottstown, Pennsylvania. It also expanded into Canada, Asia and Europe. 

Other International developments in Q2 include:

  • An additional subfranchise agreement in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with another restaurant under construction. 
  • A restaurant in Lahore, Pakistan, opened its doors in Q2, and construction is underway for a second location. Workers are also constructing a restaurant in Hofuf, Saudi Arabia. 
  • In Europe, Wayback Burgers reached a Master Franchise agreement to bring cooked-to-order burgers to Ireland. 
  • And the Canadian expansion took important steps in Q2, with the sale of a franchise in Manitoba and a letter-of-intent agreement for a Master Franchise in British Columbia, according to the release.

"It's an exciting time to be part of the Wayback Burgers family," Wayback Burgers Executive Vice President Bill Chemero said in the release. "We've just launched our mobile ordering & loyalty app, a true game changer for us, and we've forged a partnership with a great charitable organization, The Boys & Girls Clubs of America — a partnership/association that makes us very proud."

Topics: Business Strategy and Profitability

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