As inflation rises this summer, prices at O’Charley’s will fall. The Nashville-based casual-dining chain last week said it would start discounting online orders based on the consumer price index (CPI), a federal figure that measures inflation. In May, the CPI was 8.6%—its highest level since the early ’80s—entitling O’Charley’s customers to an 8.6% discount on online orders in June.
It’s part of the chain’s newly unveiled Economic Stimulus Package, an assortment of discounts and deals aimed at consumers who are increasingly watching their wallets amid skyrocketing prices for food, gas and other things. Click here to read the full article by Restaurant Business.
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