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  • daveyw43 daveyw43 Jun 14, 2005 8:01 PM Flag

    KKD job opp as VP

    And why haven't we seen a significant number of store closings?

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    • You dont need to close stores. Also, remember, most stores are frachised to individual owners who will not close. They have too much invested into there franchise stores. Franchise owners are just not paying KKD corp for loans and other fees. It's a double edged sword for all parties involved.

      THUS GOING BK HELPS KKD CLEAR OUT MOST DEBT.

      KKD JUST NEEDS TO LOWER HIGH FIX COST THATS KILLING THEM RIGHT NOW. For example, KKD owes millions for machines, equipment etc etc. Once BK is filed, KKD keeps all equipment and a new cost of "ZERO" is calculated with FIX Cost.

      Apparently, ENRON PART II is being written. I can't wait until I see this movie with KKD all over it. KKD will be more famous for the movie than there fatting donuts! What a shame!

      Good luck to all!

      See you at $.66

      Shammy, you there, can you say....BK? ;)

      ps. the theme behind ENRON PART II, in the first movie, the management board and Wall Street underwriters (auditors, investment bankers, etc) where all in it. Part II shows the otherside of how stupid the American public is when it comes to investing in a co like KKD! Simple idea, glaze some donuts....open up hundreds of stores and raise hundreds of millions of public dollars, cook the books and watch millions of innocent fat people get there ashed kicked!

 
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