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Denny's Corporation Message Board

  • tmcg1367 tmcg1367 Sep 3, 2009 1:27 PM Flag

    DENN on CNBC

    There was a story on CNBC with DENN in it, yesterday. Double click on the link below to see it. The ananlyst on it recommmended the company and a few others, such as BOBE and DRI, but it was mostly about DENN.

    I have been watching the stock for quite some time, but haven't pulled the trigger, yet. I like the management plan of selling company owned stores to franchisees and paying down debt. Even this move to sell food to go, shows initiative.

    Good luck, all.

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    • If they sell all company stores to franchisees
      they won't be able to pay-out all the debt....
      The competition on restaurant business is very
      high....only the strong will survive.....

      • 1 Reply to nicholas3tx
      • They could pay a good chunk down. What debt would be left could be handled by the income from running the business. I thought that was what Marchioli said he wanted to do while on Mad Money a year, or so, ago.

        Nathan's Famous (NATH) has, according to Yahoo, 254 restaurants and owns 5 of them. They also, according to their website, market their products in "over 18,000 locations worldwide including over 8,000 retail locations and over 10,000 food service outlets". Their products are all made and distributed by someone else who license the name and formula from Nathan's and the small food kiosks, like in airports, are run by food service organizations. For a 13 dollar stock, they do pretty well without owning outlets, with no debt and over six dollars a share in cash. DENN could do the same. If they want to keep some crown jewel locations to experiment with, that's fine.

        Good luck, all. I hope to be a shareholder on any dips.

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