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Good Times Burgers and Frozen Custard

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Industry  Fast food
Number of locations  37
Website  goodtimesburgers.com
Founded  1987
Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard httpslh6googleusercontentcomzNC4Y6GPqBsAAA
Genre  Hamburgers, Frozen custard
Stock price  GTIM (NASDAQ) US$ 2.90 +0.05 (+1.75%)16 Mar, 4:00 PM GMT-4 - Disclaimer
Headquarters  Golden, Colorado, United States
Subsidiaries  Bad Daddy's International, LLC, Bd of Colorado Llc, Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard
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Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard is a Golden, Colorado-based fast-food restaurant specializing in premium burgers and frozen custard. Good Times Restaurants Inc. owns and operates 37 Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard locations, 35 in Colorado, and two in Wyoming.

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History

In 1968, Round the Corner Restaurants was started in Boulder, Colorado, and established a chain of gourmet, sit down hamburger restaurants. At its peak, Round the Corner had 30 restaurants in 4 states.

In 1986, Round the Corner formed a company to develop the Good Times drive-through concept. By 1987 as Good Times Drive-Thru Burgers, the company opened its first location in Boulder.

Between 1990 and 1993, Round the Corner became a subsidiary of Good Times Restaurants, Inc., and was spun off into a separate company in 1995. Round the Corner filed for bankruptcy in 1996, with Good Times as the only secured creditor. By 2000, the last remaining Round the Corner restaurant, located in Aurora, Colorado, had been sold to an independent operator.

In 2005, Good Times began a test agreement with Taco John's to open co-branded restaurants. In 2007, Good Times introduced new Bambino Burgers, slider hamburgers similar to those sold by White Castle.

In 2009, Good Times' signature Wild Fries were discontinued in favor of standard "fresh cut" fries. In 2010, Wild Fries were returned to the menu by popular demand.

In 2013, Good Times acquired a 48-percent interest in North Carolina-based franchiser Bad Daddy's Burger Bar, described as a "full service, upscale, 'small box' restaurant concept". The agreement included development rights for franchise locations in the states of Colorado, Arizona, and Kansas. In 2015, Good Times announced it would be acquiring the remaining 52 percent of Bad Daddy's for $21 million.

Community

Good Times Burgers allows teens to make a Spoonbender, a frozen custard mix-in treat at Junior Achievement's Business Week.

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Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard Wikipedia


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