Carl’s Jr opened its 300th restaurant in Mexico

Mexico was the first international market for Carl’s Jr. where it opened its first restaurant in 1991 at San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon.
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Parent of Hardy’s and Carl’s Jr, CKE Restaurants has opened its 300th Carl's Jr. restaurant in Mexico.

 

30 years after opening its first location in the country located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon in 1991.

 

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Mexico was the first international market for Carl’s Jr. where it opened its first restaurant in 1991 at San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon.

 

According to QSRweb.com it now serves over 6 million guests per month in the country.

 

The fast-food chain is also planning to open additional 100 restaurants in the country by 2024.

 

Globally, CKE owns nearly 1,000 Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s restaurants in over 40 countries with plans to double its International presence to 2,000 restaurants in the next five years.

 

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“As a country that has been integral to CKE International’s growth over the past 30 years, we’re thrilled to be celebrating the opening of Mexico’s 300th restaurant,” said Mike Woida, President, CKE International.

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