Yeah, I know, it's frustrating to watch the stock keep going UP, when your short, or missed the boat. LOL :-)
If interested, Google subject, just change KKD to Krispy Kreme
Driving, but looks like we are or have been over $5 at some point today. That would be good visibility and bring in a new group of buyers. GLTA!!!
I'm wondering if we have more people that are yet to learn about this announcment. Could we be EARLY to the news/game. The fact that this guy in on the Jack In The Box board, should get people interested/EXCITED
Agree, had not thought of that, but we are spreading our wings nicely!! :-) Orlando, and college locations should also help get people introduced that are moving around the country, and I would hope help create more ready customrs as more Pie %'s role out.
Everything take time, especially if you want to do it correctly, and this GUY is what I call doing it correctly. ON THE BOARD of Jack In The Box. We have deep pockets looking over our shoulder. This is a hot concept, ready to go. They bought Qdoba, for growth, and they need MORE GROWTH, very interesting/[positive.
Don't miss this sentence, and REMEMBER, Jack In The Box BOUGHT Qdoba, which is Chipotle's competitor.
"Today he (Goebel) also sits on the Board of Directors for Jack in the Box, Inc."
Sounds pretty GOOD. Great PR.
"The Kansas City area will soon welcome its first Pie Five Pizza Co. restaurant in a 10-unit franchise agreement with former Applebee's President and Chief Executive Officer Dave Goebel.
Goebel, a seasoned restaurant veteran who served as an executive at Applebee's for seven years, will join forces with his sons Kerry and Kevin to bring Pie Five to the Kansas City area.
"We looked very carefully at several fast-casual pizza concepts before making our decision," Goebel said. "Pie Five already has the franchise infrastructure and support system in place and this is our opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a concept that is rapidly expanding throughout the nation."
Goebel was also impressed with the company's industry and franchising experience, strong leadership team and approach to creating custom pizzas with the freshest ingredients, baked to order and ready to enjoy in just five minutes.
"Once we met the Pie Five leadership team, we were sold. They bring a wealth of restaurant experience from world-class concepts," Goebel said. "I've been in this industry a long time, and I know a great brand when I see one. And Pie Five is not just great, it's revolutionary."
Goebel started in the restaurant industry almost 40 years ago after earning his undergraduate degree from University of Notre Dame and while working on his graduate degree from Ohio State University. He has held high level executive positions at well-known chains, including vice president of operations at Ground Round and chief operating officer and partner at Boston Market. Today he also sits on the Board of Directors for Jack in the Box, Inc.
"I fell in love with the restaurant business at an early age," he added. "I love the fast pace and interaction with guests. I also love that the industry is always changing and evolving. Pie Five is a game changer in the fast-casual space."
More good news.
Yup, agree. Still think the police forces should go to their local news stations and say if you help us fund these cameras, you will get better video for "NEWS at 11:00 pm" segments. MONEY!!!!!, that is what we need for RAPID deployment, and this would FUND the purchases. Say what ever you want, but if you can put a ratings number/revenue number to something, people FIND THE MONEY/justifacition, fast.
ACTUALLY, Noballs confessed one time. SERIOUSLY, he was the janitor that cleaned restrooms, after the store closed, and EVERYONE was gone. He used to be the warm cookie boy, but they caught him spitting in the cookie doe (if you haven't noticed, he has issues) so the dealership (USED BMW) was kind, and moved him to toilet scrubber. Now he gets paid to post. So sad, :-(
You know how in the big cities, they do horse and buggy rides, I wonder if they will offer ICE machine rides too? Not sure, it's one thing to have a pooper scooper following the horses around, but a city is NEVER gonna alow an ICE machine to belch its gas into their air when they don't have to, any more. Maybe they will let you take nostalgic ICE machine rides in third world nations, or something like that. Disney will come up with an advenute tour to east wackamole, where you get to ride an ICE machine for 15 minutes, or something. Maybe, never know. LOL :-)
THINK ABOUT THIS, one of the LOWEST margin business in the UNIVERSE is investing/spending money, for EV's. They have arrived.
Peter Lynch says his typical investment took 3 to 4 years before it started to pay off. Investing takes patients, not SHORTS LOL :-)
Come to think of it, for Kroger to part with this much MONEY for EV's is a HUGE statment about their coming of age. Kroger was totally ROI driven. This a truley a SIGNIFICANT endorement that EV's have arrived.