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Popular fast-food restaurant chain Jack in the Box is headed to Florida with plans to make an Orlando market expansion an important part of its growth, a spokesperson on behalf of the chain told the Orlando Business Journal.
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The well-known restaurant brand will seek franchisees in the Orlando market, as well, as part of the push.
Based out of San Diego and with its greatest density of restaurants on the West Coast and in Texas, Jack in the Box is “ready to expand its presence east of the Mississippi and make its entrance into Florida,” the spokesperson explained, adding that the company has identified Orlando as a “perfect next step” for its growth.
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