Cracker Barrel Old Country Store announced it expects to serve more than 1.4 million Turkey n’ Dressing meals during the nine-day Thanksgiving holiday period. Thanksgiving is Cracker Barrel’s busiest day of the year, and this year more than 70,000 Cracker Barrel employees will share their expertise in Thanksgiving with Americans looking to spend less time in the kitchen and more time with friends and family.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store reported a slight drop in second-quarter fiscal 2014 revenues, citing severe winter weather as the culprit. The company posted a profit of $37.1 million, a 5.4 percent gain over a year ago.
Now hungry restaurant-goers looking for their home-style favorites at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store can find them plus a whole lot more. The new Wholesome Fixin’s menu category features 11 low calorie, better-for-you choices, with fresh ingredients and full-bodied flavor.
Millennials are unique. They communicate differently, are self-expressive, confident, liberal, upbeat, and open to change. But marketing to them can be a challenge.This group (ages 19-34) has a distinct perspective on dining occasions, placing more value on attributes like social responsibility, sustainability, local, and organic, grass-fed, and hormone-free offerings.
Applied Predictive Technologies (APT) announced today that Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc., one of the country’s most popular and highly differentiated family restaurant chains, has signed an agreement to license APT's Test & Learn Management System.
Dan W. Evins, Crack Barrel Old Country StoreDan W. Evins, found and chairman emeritus of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store has died.Cracker Barrel Old Country Store has extended condolences to his family and expressed sadness at the loss of the man who first conceived of a restaurant that would provide a safe and welcoming home-away-from-home for travelers.
Since its first restaurant and country store opened 42 years ago in Lebanon, Tenn., Cracker Barrel Old Country Store has been sought out by travelers as a place for a hospitable stop with good food, honest value, and a selection of unique gifts.
Coleman Peterson, Cracker Barrel Old Country StoreCracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. has elected Coleman Peterson to its board of directors, effective immediately. Peterson’s election brings the number of Cracker Barrel board members to 10, nine of who are independent directors.