Good Times Restaurants Inc. reported that same-store sales increased 18.2 percent for its fiscal fourth quarter, the 13th consecutive quarter of increases.
Sales were up 17.4 percent in September, which marked the brand's sixth consecutive month of double-digital increases.
The company said that while it does not normally release all monthly sales results, it plans to continue to report monthly same-store sales results because the trend is so significant.
"Despite losing over five individual restaurant sales days and losing over 10 percent of our sales trend during the week of the historic flooding in Colorado, we maintained our trend of double digit increases," said Boyd Hoback, president and CEO. "Without the effects of the flooding, we estimate our same-store sales would have increased approximately 21 percent from last year during September, with breakfast accounting for over 8 percent of that increase."
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