“We are thrilled to add another Southern California location to our franchise family,” said Bruce Dean, co-founder of Black Bear Diner. “Even with limited restaurants in Southern California, we have experienced tremendous success. This opportunity made sense for our brand and for our strategic growth plans.”
Recognized for serving bear-sized portions of comfort food classics in a bear-themed restaurant, the anti-chain, chain is quickly establishing itself as a dominant leader in the family dining segment. It was recently ranked by Technomic, a leading research and consulting firm servicing the food and foodservice industry, as the 33rd fastest growing chain, and 9th fastest among full-service restaurants. The brand is spread across eight western states and is projected to have 100 units nationally by 2018.
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