I have a northeast business publication, Foodservice East, and www.foodserviceeast.com and am a friend of Darren Tristano, Ron Paul and Erik Thoresen. I've been enjoying your comments and would like your thoughts on burgers blossoming at the higher-end of the commercial restaurant segment in recent years. I am doing a story on the burger boom in my winter print issue.
Mathew: Thanks for saying Hi. Yes. You and your group do some great stuff. I've ran into a few articles you've done. I'm currently working on two research projects right now, one is an analysis of pe firms returns and how they compare to just restaurant pe firms. As soon as I get a little more organized on it, ill get you a copy of it. There are some interesting tidbits you might enjoy. Keep me in mind if you run into any related articles or studies as well. If you let me know what kind of projects you might have I'll keep you in mind as I sift threw quite a bit of data on a regular basis. Thanks For Reaching out.. Donald
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