Video: How Crushed Red's thriving dinner day-part drives site selection
While most fast casual concepts do 80 percent of sales during the day, St. Louis-based Crushed Red boasts a 50/50 split between lunch and dinner. Powell Kalish, the concept's chief development officer, sat down with FastCasual's Cherryh Cansler to describe how that stat plays into site selection.
Topics: Operations Management
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