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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with John Miller, president and CEO of the value-oriented diner chain, Denny's (DENN) - Get Report , which has 1,700 locations nationwide. Denny's just posted strong results that included a 2.2% rise in same-store sales.

Miller said Denny's is loved by millennials, especially with their Denny's On-Demand service which allows for online ordering and delivery. Much to his surprise, the most delivered items were not Grand Slam breakfasts, but rather burgers and milkshakes.

Among Denny's growth initiatives is the re-imaging of their locations to include a warmer feel that's less like a cafeteria and more like a restaurant, Miller said. Currently 67% of their system has been converted to the new look with great success.

Denny's also remains committed their shareholders, with increased share repurchases, and their franchisees and employees, where the chain is known for taking good care of their people. Denny's has plans to keep expanding their footprint, including in college campuses and areas like New York City.

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