Good Times Restaurants Reports Same Store Sales for the Third Fiscal Quarter | The Salesmark

Good Times Restaurants Reports Same Store Sales for the Third Fiscal Quarter

Good Times Restaurants Reports Same Store Sales for the Third Fiscal Quarter

Good Times Restaurants Inc. (Nasdaq: GTIM), operator of Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar and Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard, today announced that same store sales* for its third quarter ended June 28, 2022 increased 1.6% for its Good Times brand from the same prior year quarter and increased 5.3% for its Bad Daddy’s brand from the same prior year quarter. Average weekly sales during the 2022 third quarter among restaurants open for at least 18 months were $30,411 for the Company’s Good Times restaurants and $52,745 for the Company’s Bad Daddy’s restaurants.

Ryan Zink, Chief Executive Officer, said, “It is exciting to report positive comparable sales at both concepts, which we believe demonstrates the strength of our brands. During the quarter we completed the installation of new digital menu boards at one third of our company-owned Good Times and expect to complete the remainder of our restaurants by early October. Additionally, we are well into the process of permitting and construction of new signage at Good Times and expect installation at between six and eight restaurants by the end of the fiscal year and installation at all company-owned restaurants by the end of fiscal 2023. We also continue to refine and innovate our mobile app, providing a convenient platform for our Good Times guests. These improvements are key to our commitment to modernize and revitalize our iconic Colorado brand.”

Zink continued, “Our managers and team members of both brands continue to endure supply and labor challenges facing our industry. I find it inspiring that they show up every day ready to impress our guests with their commitment to great food and warm hospitality. Positive sales and a stellar work environment are the direct result of the dedication of our leaders and teams throughout the Company.”

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