Tim Hortons parent company Restaurant Brands International says it closed four more American locations of the coffee-and-doughnut chain.
RBI says it reached a mutual agreement with the franchisee in Cincinnati, Ohio, to close four restaurants.
The company says in a statement that every market poses unique opportunities and challenges, and it has learned a great deal about what works well and where it can improve.
RBI says it remains committed to working closely with its franchisees to drive the brand’s growth in the U.S.
It reportedly recently also closed an Indianapolis, Ind. location and according to a statement from St. Louis, Mo.-developer it forced Show Me Hospitality LLC into closing six spots in the Greater St. Louis area in late 2017.
The company says it had 685 American locations at the end of 2017, up from 649 stores at the end of 2014.
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