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Sonic Drive-In, more commonly known as Sonic (stylized as SONIC), is an American drive-in fast-food restaurant chain based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. As of September 5, 2017, there are 3,557 Sonic restaurants in 45 U.S. states. In 2011, it was ranked 10th in QSR Magazine’s rankings of the top 50 quick-service and fast-casual restaurant brands in the nation (moving to 13th for 2015 and 2016). Known for its use of carhops on roller skates, the company annually hosts a competition to determine the top skating carhop in its system.

Company profile
Although Sonic has operated since the early 1950s, Sonic Corp. incorporated in Delaware in 1978. It has its corporate headquarters in Oklahoma City; the headquarters building features a dine-in Sonic restaurant in an adjacent building. Its stock trades on NASDAQ with the symbol SONC. Company restaurants are owned and operated by Sonic Restaurants, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary. Total 2016 revenues were around $100 million with net income of $18 million.

Jr. Deluxe Burger from Sonic Drive-In.
The Jr. Deluxe Burger, a value menu item
Sonic’s menu consists of hamburgers and French fries, as well as onion rings, corn dogs, chili dogs and breakfast toaster sandwiches. Drink options include soft drinks, slushes, and milkshakes. Customers can combine various drinks and flavors to create thousands of possible drink combinations.[6][7] Ice cream desserts include sundaes and banana splits.

A Sonic Drive-in at night in 2007
At a standard Sonic Drive-In, a customer drives into a covered drive-in stall, orders through an intercom speaker system, and has the food delivered by a carhop. Most drive-ins also have patio seating, and many have drive-thru lanes.

In 2018, an Austin, Texas based food critic revealed that Sonic Drive-Ins were substituting regular mayonnaise with light mayonnaise without alerting customers or providing a traditional mayonnaise packet alternative. It is not clear if this substitution was simply a corporate oversight or an attempt to limit the calorie count reported on various menu items. A petition to boycott Sonic Drive-Ins until a regular mayonnaise option is provided had received 12,808 signatures as of February 2018.


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