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Suspended NASCAR Driver Kyle Larson Selling 2 North Carolina Mansions


Kyle Larson, a racing driver who has been suspended by NASCAR and fired by his team for using a racial slur, is selling two homes in North Carolina.

His smaller Mooresville, NC, abode was just listed on May 1, with a price of $1.25 million. The home currently appears with an off-market status. Either Larson has changed his mind or a deal for the property is imminent.

Built in 2006, the 5,149-square-foot home features four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. It’s situated on nearly 3 acres and is just down the street from the Trump National Golf Club Charlotte.


The open and spacious floor plan includes a folding glass wall that opens to the covered patio. A chef’s kitchen is outfitted

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Chain Restaurant Transactions Ticking Upward in Late April

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US restaurant chain transactions improved  during the week ended April 26, the second week in a row for rosier numbers, even before some states began lifting restrictions against dining inside restaurants.

For the last full week in April, total customer transactions for restaurant chains were 32% less than the comparable week in 2019, compared with a 36% decline the prior week, according to a report from NPD Group.

For that week, transactions were down 30% for quick-serve restaurants, compared with the prior year, While transactions for full-service restaurants were off by 71% for that week, it is slightly better than a 72% decline for the previous week.

The statistics are provided by CREST Performance Alerts, which looks at weekly chain-specific transactions and “share trends” for 70 quick service, fast-casual, midscale and casual dining chains.

“Government relief payments and overall improvement in consumer spending most likely contributed

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