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Wednesday, May 31, 2017
How Fast Food Chain Failures In America Led To Success Overseas
hard for new fast food chains to compete with the big names who have
cemented their control of cities across America, and even Kenny Rogers
couldn't compete with the big chicken chains- his chain of Kenny Roger's
Roasters officially closed for business in 2011.
many failed fast food chains have found success overseas, because these
American exports are popular around the world and the market isn't
saturated in Asia or Europe like it is here in the U.S.
Roger's Roasters was sold to a Malaysian firm in 2008 and has since
become so big they now have 400 locations worldwide (more than they ever
had in the U.S.), and they just opened their first restaurant in India.