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OTCBB:PRGP) owner and operator of the Black-eyed Pea restaurant chain and one of the largest franchisees of Denny's, today announced the appointment of three new senior executives.
Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Phoenix Restaurant Group, Inc (BULLETIN BOARD: PRGP) owns and operates 48 Black-eyed Pea restaurants with the largest concentration in Texas.
Black-eyed Pea restaurant comparable store sales declined 8.
Quilting the Black-Eyed Pea comes from Giovanni's attempt to write her way through her pain, while reconciling herself to her own mortality.
By this summer, a new Black-eyed Pea will open in the shopping strip next to Kroger's on Shackleford Road.
Well known in dried form, black-eyed peas are less familiar fresh.
While the Black-eyed Pea is mostly free standing casual dining in a family atmosphere, we want to give our second and third generation customers the experience they want and we believe that includes a fast casual service component," said Bob Langford, Chief Executive Officer of RAI, which operates the 31 Black-eyed Pea restaurants in Texas.
The salad takes traditional black-eyed peas and gives them a new twist with the lemony vinaigrette.
AMEX:DEN), the owner and operator of the Black-eyed Pea (BEP) restaurant chain and a leading franchisee of Denny's restaurants, today announced that it has exercised its option to renew its relationship with Dallas football player Daryl "Moose" Johnston.
AMEX:DEN), an owner and operator of casual restaurants, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Black-eyed Pea USA, Inc.
AMEX:DEN), the owner and franchisor of the Black-eyed Pea (BEP) restaurant chain and a leading franchisee of Denny's restaurants, today announced that it has agreed to modify the terms of its agreement with Tech Electro Industries, Inc.
AMEX: DEN), the owner and franchisor of the Black-eyed Pea restaurant chain and a leading franchisee of Denny's restaurants, today announced that the Company's Board of Directors has approved, through a letter of intent, a cash and stock merger with Tech Electro Industries, Inc.