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Largest Burger King franchisee diversifies into Popeyes

The Burger King restaurant on Route 57 in Clay. Syracuse–based Carrols Restaurant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: TAST), the largest Burger King franchisee in the U.S., on Feb. 20 announced plans to acquire 166 Burger King and 55 Popeyes restaurants in 10 Southeastern and Southern states in a merger with a Tennessee franchisee. (ADAM ROMBEL / BJNN)

SYRACUSE — The largest Burger King franchisee in the U.S. is adding another restaurant brand to its portfolio. Syracuse–based Carrols Restaurant Group (NASDAQ: TAST) recently announced a deal that will include acquiring 166 Burger King and 55 Popeyes restaurants in 10 Southeastern and Southern states.  The restaurants are part of a merger agreement with Memphis, […]

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SYRACUSE — The largest Burger King franchisee in the U.S. is adding another restaurant brand to its portfolio. Syracuse–based Carrols Restaurant Group (NASDAQ: TAST) recently announced a deal that will include acquiring 166 Burger King and 55 Popeyes restaurants in 10 Southeastern and Southern states.  The restaurants are part of a merger agreement with Memphis, […]

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