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Shake Shack CEO Says 'There Could Be A Few Shacks In Dublin'

By Dave Simpson
Shake Shack CEO Says 'There Could Be A Few Shacks In Dublin'

The owner of US fast food chain Shake Shack has said that the company might open a number of outlets in Dublin.

"Sights On" The Irish Market

As reported by The Irish Independent, according to a Bloomberg transcript of a Morgan Stanley Virtual Global Consumer & Retail Conference presentation, Shake Shack chief executive Randy Garutti said during the presentation in response to a question about his next visit to Ireland that the company has its "sights on [the Irish] market".

Garutti added, "I love that market. There could be a few Shacks in Dublin. We'll see, we'll see."

Shake Shack Origin And Current Worth

Shake Shack began as a hot dog cart at Madison Square Garden in New York in 2001 and is now worth more than $3.41 billion.

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