By M&C Report team2007-10-27T07:54:00+01:00
Tim Hortons has announced plans for three more drive thru locations in retail and leisure parks as it continues to build its pipeline of new sites. MCA recently spoke with Kevin Hydes, chief commercial officer, who stated that the drive thru trading model is “really, really important to us.” Currently half of Tim Hortons’ UK sites have a drive thru facility, with all announced pipeline sites also including a drive thru.
Chances are, that if it is not already the case, then a Tim Hortons outlet will soon be appearing in a town near you. According to Kevin Hydes, chief commerical officer, the brand will shortly announce further openings as it continues its UK expansion, away from its northern focus. MCA spoke with Hydes to find out more about its plans, and travelled to Harlow to experience the brand first-hand.
Tim Hortons launched its 25th restaurant in the UK on Tuesday (10 December) in Cumbernauld, Scotland.
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