Comparable sales were up 3.6 percent, marking the 19th consecutive quarter of worldwide same-store-sales growth. In the
As a result, the company posted strong revenues for the first quarter of $674 million, up from $602 million in the same quarter last year.
"We significantly expanded our revenue as we leveraged our global footprint and broad-based consumer appeal. Our guests continue to seek our affordable pricing, elevated quality and convenience. We believe our brand is positioned to perform well in spite of the current economic slowdown as proven by our track record of continued sales increases," said John Chidsey, chairman and chief executive officer.
Source: Burger King Holdings Inc.