USA: Schlotzsky's Inc. announces August sales
These sales include all restaurants in the system, including both franchised restaurants and company-owned restaurants.
Same store sales for the four-week period of August 2000 increased 4.9% over August 1999. Average weekly sales for August 2000 were $12,301, an 8.3% increase over the same period in 1999. Systemwide sales for all restaurants in the Schlotzsky's® Deli system for August 2000 were $35.8 million, a 6.7% increase over the same period in 1999.
Schlotzsky's Inc., founded in Austin, Texas, in 1971, is a brand licensor and franchisor of quick-service deli restaurants featuring sandwiches served on distinctive sourdough bread, along with pizzas, salads, soups and deli items. As of June 30, 2000, there were 745 Schlotzsky's® Deli restaurants operating in 37 states and D.C. and 12 foreign countries. Visit www.schlotzskys.com for more information and e-coupons. For easy spelling, try www.cooldeli.com.
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