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May 10, 1995
Green Burrito franchiser GB Foods Corp., whose effort to test dual menus with the Carl's Jr. chain ended in lawsuits, lost out on another chance Tuesday when Rally's Hamburgers Inc. ended discussions with GB Foods to operate restaurants with food items from both chains. GB Foods, based in Newport Beach, and Rally's, based in Louisville, were testing a menu that included Green Burrito's Mexican-style food at certain Rally's restaurants.
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April 16, 1996 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
GB Foods and Rally's Hamburgers Inc. are ending an agreement to offer both burgers and burritos at jointly operated restaurants. The chains had opened more than a dozen dual-menu restaurants that offer both Rally's burgers and Newport Beach-based Green Burrito's Mexican-style fast food. The two companies earlier had announced plans to open more dual-menu restaurants in the future.
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January 31, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There is more than a trace of "Back to the Future" in the corporate game plan at Rally's Inc., a fast-food chain based in Louisville, Ky., that recently announced a major expansion into Orange County. "I remember McDonald's, when I was very, very young," said Rally's Chairman Burt Sugarman, a former Hollywood producer. "I used to drive out to San Bernardino (to a McDonald's) where the burgers cost 15 cents. They had a very limited (hamburger-based) menu, but they served you quickly."
BUSINESS
May 10, 1995
Green Burrito franchiser GB Foods Corp., whose effort to test dual menus with the Carl's Jr. chain ended in lawsuits, lost out on another chance Tuesday when Rally's Hamburgers Inc. ended discussions with GB Foods to operate restaurants with food items from both chains. GB Foods, based in Newport Beach, and Rally's, based in Louisville, were testing a menu that included Green Burrito's Mexican-style food at certain Rally's restaurants.
BUSINESS
April 16, 1996 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
GB Foods and Rally's Hamburgers Inc. are ending an agreement to offer both burgers and burritos at jointly operated restaurants. The chains had opened more than a dozen dual-menu restaurants that offer both Rally's burgers and Newport Beach-based Green Burrito's Mexican-style fast food. The two companies earlier had announced plans to open more dual-menu restaurants in the future.
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January 12, 1993 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of the nation's fastest growing hamburger chains announced Monday that it plans to build 25 of its drive-through restaurants in Orange County in the next few years. Rally's Inc. said it is buying the territory of its Los Angeles franchisee for 413,000 shares of common stock. Based on Monday's closing price of $17.75 a share, the value of the deal would be about $7.3 million. Under corporate ownership, the company said, it hopes to develop the Los Angeles market faster.
BUSINESS
January 31, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There is more than a trace of "Back to the Future" in the corporate game plan at Rally's Inc., a fast-food chain based in Louisville, Ky., that recently announced a major expansion into Orange County. "I remember McDonald's, when I was very, very young," said Rally's Chairman Burt Sugarman, a former Hollywood producer. "I used to drive out to San Bernardino (to a McDonald's) where the burgers cost 15 cents. They had a very limited (hamburger-based) menu, but they served you quickly."
BUSINESS
January 12, 1993 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of the nation's fastest growing hamburger chains announced Monday that it plans to build 25 of its drive-through restaurants in Orange County in the next few years. Rally's Inc. said it is buying the territory of its Los Angeles franchisee for 413,000 shares of common stock. Based on Monday's closing price of $17.75 a share, the value of the deal would be about $7.3 million. Under corporate ownership, the company said, it hopes to develop the Los Angeles market faster.
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