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Denny's.

Chances are you know us. Denny's. But did you know the company that serves America's favorite foods 24 hours a day also cooked up its best sales performance in over a decade? (1)

Denny's commitment to the advancement of ethnic, cultural and racial diversity has a stellar track record that is recognized by civil rights organizations and national news media. (2)

Denny's franchise business model is a proven system with comprehensive support that includes training, marketing, purchasing and restaurant development. We offer a great opportunity to own your own business and join a brand with high awareness and a nationwide presence. Denny's is ranked as the number one franchisor in the family dining category. (3)

We invite you to learn more about Denny's. Call 800-304-0222 and ask for the franchise development team or visit us at dennys.com.

(1) 2004 same-store sales increased 5.9% at company units and 6.0% at franchised units.

(2) 2000 Corporate Conscience Diversity Award from The Center for Responsibility in Business; 1997 Fair Share Corporate Award from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); One of Essence magazine's 2004 "Best Companies for Black Women"; Fortune magazine continually lists Denny's at the top of its survey of "America's 50 Best Companies for Minorities" with No. 1 rankings in 2000 and 2001.

(3) Denny's is ranked in prominent positions in many national publications like Entrepreneur, Franchise Times and Nation's Restaurant News.
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