updated - May 19, 2013 Sunday EDT
For a small business owner, Greg O'Neill takes a big company approach to charitable giving. His gourmet food shops are besieged with appeals from a range of causes, so he requires solicitors to apply through a portal on his company's website. A staff member culls requests.
Burger King is rolling out delivery service in Houston, Texas with nine participating restaurants by end of year in the Houston metropolitan area, serving both Harris and Fort Bend counties, the company said in a statement.
Arby's is ramping up its advertising attack on Subway by rolling out another video clip that follows former New York City Police detective Bo Dietl as he investigates whether Subway slices these meat at the store and get it already prepackaged.
Chick-fil-A was voted favorite chicken chain in a national survey on restaurant preferences conducted by Market Force, despite having a tumultuous year after the president spoke out against gay marriage.
Two years ago, employees from the start-up Square Inc descended on farmers markets in San Francisco to hand out a new type of credit-card reader that let small, independent merchants accept plastic via their smartphones or tablets.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, a division of AFC Enterprises, Inc., today announces the return of its holiday menu must-have, Cajun Turkey, to give your dinner table some Louisiana flare. Popeyes Cajun Style Turkeys, approximately 9 to 11 pounds, are infused with a unique blend of Louisiana seasonings then flash-fried, creating a unique, crispy coating. Roasting finishes out the process and leaves the turkey crispy on the outside while remaining succulent and flavorful on the inside. The once-a-year limited time offer is available at participating restaurants through December, or until supplies last.
A variety of restaurants, including Applebee's, Denny's, Hooters and Krispy Kreme are offering veterans, military service men and women, and their families discounts, specials and promotions on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
Travis Dickey started Dickey's, which is now the country's largest barbecue chain, after his service in World War I. The Texas-based company proudly celebrates Veteran's Day through both national support and community level initiatives, including Heinz "Our Turn to Serve" campaign and Rebuilding Together Greater Dallas.
The winter months are upon us so why not heat things up with Dickey's slow smoked barbecue. Dickey's newest location opens in Clifton Park on Sunday, November 11 at 11 a.m. and as a treat the store will be serving the first 100 customers a free Pulled Pork Big Barbecue sandwich.
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