10 fading US restaurant chains
These eateries have stumbled over the past decade and may have trouble regaining their footing in a competitive industry.
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Thanks too I think it is called pepis co or something close to that bought Taco Bell and KFC many years ago neither are fit to eat at and should be on the list also.
And although I can only professionally speak about one of the companies, their information is very, very misleading regarding that company.
But hey...sensational headlines and clicks are what they're after...WTG.
Plus they had pretty stiff competition with Swenson's Drive-In.
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