Wayback Burgers Adds 35th State to US Footprint with 6 Restaurant Multi-Unit Deal
Well known, local Kansas City, Missouri business entrepreneur is expanding his portfolio with the addition of 6 Wayback Burgers. All of the restaurants will be attached to 6 new gas stations/convenience stores he is currently opening located where Missouri and Kansas connect. With over 30 years in the burger and fast casual industry this will be the 35th state Wayback Burgers operates in. The first Missouri restaurant is expected to open this (summer/fall/winter?).
Eddie Musallet is opening these in addition to his current business portfolio which includes two other food concepts, 13 cellphone stores, 24 gas stations and 5 supermarkets. When deciding Wayback Burgers was the best fit for his new gas stations Eddie said, “I was impressed, loved the burgers, they were fresh, and I like happy customers and I think customers will like it.”
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ABOUT WAYBACK BURGERS
Founded in 1991 in Newark, Delaware, Wayback Burgers is a Connecticut-based fast-casual franchise with a reputation for cooked to order burgers and thick, hand-dipped milkshakes, served in an environment that hearkens back to a simpler place and time — when customer service meant something, and everyone felt the warmth of the community. Wayback Burgers currently operates in 35 states with over 170 locations nationally and internationally in Brunei, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, The Netherlands and Manitoba, Canada, Ireland, and Japan. Through its executed international master franchise agreements, Wayback Burgers plans to open in 38 provinces/countries, including the South Africa, Ireland, Japan, Germany, the Dominican Republic and in Canada, Alberta, Ontario, Saskatchewan, The Atlantic Provinces, Quebec, and British Columbia.
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