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  • thor1294 thor1294 Feb 2, 2013 6:02 AM Flag


    Yup, I agree with all that you say. Anything can happen as far a take over. I know the story on R. Stiller as a one time owner of GMCR stock. I think KKD as a stand alone would do well with more imagination. Example: one store, Collingswood NJ (just a few minutes away from me), one store listed in the entire state of NY. I can't turn a corner without running into DD store. As I write this I can count t least 6 DD within a 2 mile range. Why are they here "population". I can't turn on TV without getting a DD commerical. Now KKD may have captured the south, but, you can't draw a line at the Mason Dixion and stop. If you want revenues then you need to storm the Bastile so to speak. I think there past is holding them back, he who hesitates looses, slow and easy just won't work

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    • Then guys a buy out woulf have to come before this Gem is Noticed..Companies and even a International One would rather pay Lower Price then say 17 19 So if ever NOW is The Time.,,,,

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • So right need the North New York New Jersey Oh and i was in Florida last week and was able to grab a Box of Glaze...O they So much better then DUNKIN

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • They are a 750 store chain. They just announced they want to grow store count to 1,300 +\- within 4 years.

      The Percentage growth will outstrip Dunkin Donuts in that time frame.

      AND it still leaves them PLENTY of room to double and triple that 1,300 in the 4 to 8 years thereafter.

      That is what Wall Street is seeing lately.

      AND potential growth like that is more than likely attract suitors in the near term.

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