It is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol CBRL.
The address of the home office of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. is: 305 Hartmann Drive Lebanon, TN 37087 Phone: 615-444-5533
You may contact our transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company ("AST") to purchase Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. stock. You may call AST at 800-485-1883 or 718-921-8124 to obtain enrollment forms or log on to www.amstock.com and click on "shareholders" on the top menu, select "Invest Online", select "all plans". Scroll down to Cracker Barrel. Select Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. stock, select "Buy" and follow the enrollment wizard which will guide you through the six-step investment process. In addition to purchasing stock with the dividends in the plan, you may purchase additional shares; the minimum initial investment is $250 and the maximum is $10,000 per day. AST purchases the shares on the open market and any excess funds are used to purchase fractional shares. Once you are a shareholder, the minimum purchase is $25.
Although we do not ourselves sponsor a dividend reinvestment program or "DRIP," our transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company ("AST"), sponsors such a program. You may call AST at 800-485-1883 or 718-921-8124 to obtain enrollment forms. In addition to reinvesting the dividends in stock purchases, you may purchase shares through the program; the minimum purchase is $25 if you are currently a shareholder and the maximum is $10,000 per day. AST purchases the shares on the open market and any excess funds are used to purchase fractional shares.
Yes. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. announces its dividend payments in press releases.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. announces its earnings report dates two weeks prior to releasing earnings.
The fiscal year ends on the Friday nearest July 31st.
The annual meeting of shareholders will be in November 2016.
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If you cannot find the information on our website, you can e-mail us through this website or write to us at: Investor Relations Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. P.O. Box 787 Lebanon, TN 37087-0787 Phone: 615-444-5533
The CUSIP number for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. is 22410J 106
Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores went public in November 1981 with slightly over 600,000 shares offered at $10.00 per share. CBRL Group was organized under the laws of the state of Tennessee in 1998. All Cracker Barrel stock became the stock of CBRL Group on December 31, 1998.
On December 8, 2008, the company changed its name back to Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. CBRL Group, Inc. stock became the stock of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. again. The stock still trades under the ticker symbol, CBRL.
Deloitte & Touche LLP, Nashville, Tennessee
The first Cracker Barrel Old Country Store was started by Dan W. Evins on September 19, 1969 on Highway 109 in Lebanon, TN.
The first Cracker Barrel Old Country Store opened in 1969 and today there are over 630 locations. Dan Evins, Founder and Chairman Emeritus, was working as a Shell Oil "jobber" in rural Tennessee in the late 1960s. Dan drove from town to town, always thinking about ways to sell gasoline. Having a young family himself, Dan understood the challenges of traveling with young children. It was often difficult to find a nice, clean place for a good family meal at a reasonable price, a place to pick up a treat to keep the kids occupied, or a gift. If there were a place where travelers could do all that, and buy their gasoline at the same time, Dan was sure it would be a success. He remembered the atmosphere of the old country general stores he had visited as a child. At the time, goods such as crackers were shipped to stores in a large wooden barrel. After all the crackers had been sold, the barrel was often used as the base for a checkerboard, around which locals would gather to catch up on all the local news. Dan decided to call this new enterprise Cracker Barrel Old Country Store; a place where travelers and locals alike could gather for a good meal, and some good conversation. He and a local contractor scratched the plans for the first store in the dirt of a plot of land of Highway 109 in Lebanon, Tennessee, and the first Cracker Barrel Old Country Store was born. From the very beginning, the goal of "pleasing people" was at the forefront of the business. It was important that all the individuals from guest to employee, from vendor to shareholder were treated with mutual respect and fairness; and so it was that "pleasing people" became our mission statement. And while the goal of the company is the same as that of any business, to make a profit, how we go about achieving that goal is of equal importance.
Approximately 72,000 employees
As of January 2016, there were 635 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations in 42 states
We are open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
A typical location serves on average 6,700 guests per week.
We averaged approximately $430 per square foot of retail selling space in fiscal 2015.
No. All of our stores are company owned and operated.
The average check in the Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores for fiscal 2015 was $10.23.
In fiscal 2015, approximately 80% of our revenue was from restaurant sales and 20% from retail sales.
We have a convenient restaurant locator on crackerbarrel.com. Click on "Locations", enter your location and you will see the locations of the nearest Cracker Barrel within the miles you designated. Driving directions are also available. We also offer a map of our locations in our stores.
Please call guest relations at 1-800-333-9566.
In fiscal 2015, the top five food categories were the following:
1) Beef: 15%
2) Dairy (including eggs): 13%
3) Fruits and vegetables: 12%
4) Pork: 11%
5) Poultry: 10%
As disclosed in our 2015 10-K, in 2016, we plan to spend approximately 2.6% of our revenues on advertising compared to 2.4% in 2015. Outdoor advertising is expected to represent approximately 41% of advertising expenditures in 2016. /p>
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