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Inspire Brands Completes Acquisition of Sonic Corp.

With the acquisition of Sonic, Inspire now encompasses more than 8,300 restaurants with annual sales of $12B.

Flynn Restaurant Group Acquires 368 U.S. Arby’s Restaurant Locations from United States Beef Corp.

With this acquisition, Flynn Restaurant Group will own and operate a combined total of 1,245 quick-service, fast casual and casual dining restaurants, generating $2.3 billion in sales.

South St. Burger has 40 locations in Canada.

Acquisition price revised to $405 million from $480 million; additional potential consideration revised to $96 million from $120 million.

Los Angeles-based Mediterranean Cuisine Chain increases FAT Brands franchises to more than 300 restaurants worldwide.

With a portfolio of 64 upper-upscale and luxury hotels in or near 18 key urban markets, the combined company is now the largest owner of independent, lifestyle hotels.

Hyatt acquires Alila, Destination, Joie de Vivre, Thompson and tommie brands equal to 85 properties in eight countries.

Geolo will no longer be a principal shareholder of Two Roads Hospitality, but it will remain the largest owner of hotels managed by Hyatt.

Company's focus is to accelerate StayNTouch's successful growth trajectory using Shiji Group’s existing network of sales and support teams.

Two Roads was created from a Lowe subsidiary merged with a Geolo-owned company.

Concord manages more than 100 properties and nearly 15,000 rooms across North America.

Combination of Pebblebrook and LaSalle will form the largest owner of independent hotels and the third-largest lodging reit by enterprise value.

Increases number of LaSalle Common Shares that can receive cash to 30% of outstanding

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