Denny's CEO John Miller talks to TheStreet's Laurie Kulikowski at the ICR XChange in Orlando, Florida. Miller says the secret to staying relevant is "having clarity on who we are and who we're not." The company plans to continue to expand via traditional locations east of the Mississippi and internationally as well as non-traditional locations like college campuses, military bases and airports.

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