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Hawaii Outback locations spared the ax

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    20031204 BSN CONSOLIDATED 4384 Consolidated's former Marina Theaatres, now an Outback Steakhouse on Ala Moana Blvd. Consolidated may pull out of the Hawaii market. PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA. DEC. 4, 2003. 77KN4384. Camera: DCS620X Serial #: K620X-01157 Width: 1728 Height: 1152 Date: 12/4/03 Time: 15:16:32 DCS6XX Image FW Ver: 3.2.3 TIFF Image Look: Product Sharpening Requested: No Counter: [184484] Shutter: 1/125 Aperture: f-- ISO Speed: 400 Max Aperture: f2.8 Min Aperture: f22 Focal Length: 14 Exposure Mode: Manual (M) Meter Mode: Color Matrix Drive Mode: Continuous High (CH) Focus Mode: Manual (AF-M) Focus Point: Center Flash Mode: Normal Sync Compensation: +0.0 Flash Compensation: +0.0 Self Timer Time: 10s White balance: Preset (Daylight) Time: 15:16:32.602
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The announcement by Outback Steakhouse parent company Bloomin’ Brands Inc. that it would close 22 under-performing locations does not affect Hawaii, confirmed Elizabeth Watts, director of media and community relations.

Hawaii’s six Outback Steakhouse locations are in Waikiki, Hawaii Kai, Waipio, Kapolei, Kihei, Maui and in Kailua-Kona.

Florida-based Bloomin’ Brands will close the stores before the end of the first quarter to make way for new expansion.

The stores to be closed have negative sales, ruling them out as candidates for relocation, according to industry reports.

Koch did not provide an estimate of how many people the company employs in the islands.

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