Josh Brown

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  1. For the same reason there aren't any in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, North OR South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, or New England: it's still a regional, southern restaurant chain.

    Waffle House got its start in Georgia in 1955 and that's still the state with the most franchises, in both raw numbers and per capita.  Like most successful restaurant chains, it's expanded its range over the years and in a proven way of doing so: geographically; that is, building out the company's supply chain, rather than just jumping into a new market in a different part of the country.

    It's the same reason In-N-Out Burger doesn't have any outlets in North Carolina: it's a regional chain that just hasn't gotten here.


    Accepted UTC 2020-08-20 05:54 PM 0 Comments
  2. Partly because Californians have a penchant for "elongated" body formats, as opposed to "spherical".  

    UTC 2020-08-29 07:39 PM 0 Comments

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