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QSR remodeling for Dine-in, FSR for Take-Out


2018 Marks Start of New QSR Remodel Cycle

  • 2018 marks the start of a major remodel cycle for QSR chains seeking to provide consumers with a more modern/upscale experience by leveraging the latest technology.  


Rising QSR Remodel Costs Now Equal Declining FSR Costs

  • Remodel investment convergence reflects that more people are using take-out for FSR while QSR is trying to drive more people into their stores where there they offer a more relevant experience and easier digital access.


Source: RR's Remodel Report (outline)


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