Chuy’s Holdings, Inc. announced that the company’s Board of Directors has appointed Steve Hislop as Chairman of the Board. Mr. Hislop will also continue as the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer.
It has been a nice run for casual dining lately. Credit off-premise. Tax reform. Better marketing. Perhaps even a more spender-friendly economy. Chuy’s president and chief executive officer Steve Hislop has an additional take.
Chuy’s Holdings Inc.’s stocks are up more than 8 percent heading into the lunch hour after the brand reported Thursday that despite an estimated $1.2 million loss in both sales and incremental costs associated with hurricanes Harvey and Irma, revenue grew by 7.
Tex-Mex casual dining chain Chuy’s Holdings disappointed investors in its financial report Thursday when it announced its third straight quarter of same-store comparable sales decreases, falling by 1 percent.
Chuy’s Holdings, Inc. announced financial results for the first quarter ended March 26, 2017.Highlights for the first quarter ended March 26 were as follows:Revenue increased 11.3 percent to $86.9 million from $78.
Chuy’s Holdings, Inc. announced financial results for the 13-week and 52-week periods ended December 25, 2016.Highlights for the fourth quarter ended December 25, 2016 were as follows:Revenue increased 11.
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Chuy’s, the Austin-based Tex-Mex casual dining chain that boasts Elvis Presley as its patron saint, opened its second Florida site on February 18th, its 50th location.This newest Chuy’s is on International Drive in Orlando, about a half-hour drive from the first Florida spot in Kissimmee, which opened in spring 2013.