Wayback Burgers continues its expansion in Georgia and California
Wayback Burgers continues its expansion in Georgia and California with lease
signings in Lawrenceville, GA and Firebaugh, CA.
Wayback Burgers also inks a 20 store multiunit agreement in central Texas, increasing its development to over 75 stores in Texas. Wayback Burgers has signed new agreements in CA, VA, OK and FL. Wayback Burgers also expanded its presence on US Naval Bases with two new stores on the Groton Sub Base in Groton, CT.
Additionally, Wayback Burgers continues to expand its agreement with Walmart with new locations coming to Shelbyville, TN, Pearland, TX and Kissimmee, FL.(MT Dora).
As of this writing Wayback Burgers has added 40 new stores to its development schedule in 2016.
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