Bloomin’ Brands chief executive officer Liz Smith is confident the momentum Bloomin’ Brands—especially with Outback Steakhouse—has gained over the past eight quarters will continue in 201
Bloomin’ Brands chief executive officer Liz Smith saw no reason to downplay Outback’s recent performance.
Outback has, mostly, taken its business off the discounting track.
The first quarter of 2018 marked the fifth consecutive quarter of continued momentum for Tampa-based Bloomin’ Brands, said CEO Liz Smith during an April 26 earnings call.
Bloomin’ Brands CEO Liz Smith called the fourth quarter of fiscal 2017 “an excellent finish” to the year for the company’s concepts, especially its flagship—Outback Steakhouse.
Investments made by Bloomin’ Brands to improve the customer experience at Outback Steakhouse has resulted in the first quarter of improved traffic since 2016.
When it comes to the health and progress of Bloomin’ Brands, modest sales growth at its most recognizable brand doesn’t quite sum it up, said CEO Liz Smith in a conference call Wednesday.
Restaurants are historically welcoming to the military community, whether from a consumer or professional standpoint.
This Veterans Day, Outback Steakhouse is recognizing military service members and saying thank you with its in-restaurant offerings.
Bloomin' Brands, Inc. officially launched Dine Rewards on Tuesday, the first nationwide loyalty program in casual dining to offer rewards across multiple restaurant concepts.