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The number is finally rising above the mark, but the huge increases in same store sales still only brought the average sales of a good time outlet to just over 1 million dollars.
Not that easy to attract franchisees with that revenue per outlet, Bad daddy if it scales has a much higher n revenue per outlet and profit margin.
After they have burned through the raised capital the question becomes are they throwing off enough cash to keep opening outlets or are the unit numbers strong enough to attract franchisees
This insider purchase will catch a lot of attention among professional money managers and individual investors.
Actually it took only $10M because its stock price has been cut by half.
It looks like that GTIM has trouble expanding its Good Time restaurants beyond Colorado. I don't know why. Therefore, GTIM had to buy Bad Daddy's at a premium price (or fair price as claimed by the management team). It is hard to say that this is a bad deal from long term point of view. We will see that in the future. It looks like again that GTIM is very cautious to expand Bad Daddy's beyond its existing markets (I don't see any expansion plan beyond Colorado and North/South Carolina now).