Starbucks barely edged out Domino's by one store, adding five more shops (18 to 23) for a 28% growth, and giving idiots a much wider range of location options if they want to camp out for 18 hours.
Jersey Mike snuck his way down the coast to add an impressive 26 stores, but the beloved Midwestern purveyor of custard and butter burgers, Culver's, had them beat with a 118% growth, expanding from 11 to 24 custard shops.
Georgia is Chick-fil-A turf and its biggest market other than Texas, but since it's already reached full nugget saturation, the growth wasn't enough for the company to claim its home state. Domino's saw the biggest growth, adding 49 pizza purveyors to grow 37% (134 to 183 locations).
Hawaiians like their lattes, as evidenced by a 9% growth for Starbucks (88 to 96). Data is inconclusive as to whether those lattes are iced.
Carl's Jr. made huge strides in Idaho, growing 44% from 18 to 26 shops. That's way more than Carl's, Sr.