[Press Release] Shake Shack Expands in Asia with Plans for Singapore Flagship in 2019
Singapore, October 10, 2018 – We’re comin’ to the city where east meets west! Shake Shack Inc. (“Shake Shack” or the “Company”) (NYSE: SHAK) is poised for continued growth in Asia. After announcing that flagship locations in Shanghai and Manila will open next year, plans are now underway for Shake Shack and partner SPC Group to launch the first Shack in Singapore in 2019.
Shake Shack is proud to partner with SPC Group, a leading global food company based in South Korea with 30 brands and over 6,000 stores worldwide including seven Shake Shack locations in the greater Seoul area. With 70 years of knowledge and innovation in the food and beverage industry, and the successful launch and growth of Shake Shack in South Korea, SPC Group brings the right expertise to partner with Shake Shack in Singapore.
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