Just in time for the rush of holiday travel, Concessions International introduces a new fast and fresh restaurant option—Genghis Grill. As part of a joint venture between CI and MBC Concessions, Genghis Grill debuts this week at Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport in Terminal E (near Gate E33).
Genghis Grill, the largest build-your-own-stir-fry chain in the United States, announced the winner of the third annual Health Kwest: Steve Ellis of Albuquerque, New Mexico, who claimed the $10,000 first prize by losing 30 percent of his body weight.
This year, “Khantestants”dedicated themselves for 60 days to eating Genghis Grill's healthier meal options every day, for free and for a chance to win $10,000.
Concessions International (CI), a leading concessionaire with food and beverage outlets in major airports in the U.S. and Virgin Islands, announced the appointment of Donata Russell Major to the role of chief executive, effective immediately.
Major, who previously served as the company’s vice chairman and has been a principal factor in the company’s growth, has worked in a variety of jobs during her 28-year career at the Atlanta-based concessionaire.
Improving Restaurants, a technology and software provider for the restaurant industry, announced that it has earned the Genghis Grills 2012 Vendor of the Year Award.
In delivering the people, processes, and software that drive business performance for Genghis Grills, Improving Restaurants finished at the top of a who's who list of restaurant supply companies to be selected.
The award was presented by CEO Al Bhakta and the executive team at Genghis Grills’ annual Genghis Khanvention at the Omni Park West Hotel in Irving, Texas.
With commodity prices expected to present even greater challenges to restaurant operators, three more national and regional chains are turning to SpenDifference for help in navigating today’s volatile economic environment.
McAlister’s Deli, Genghis Grill, and Margaritas join a client roster that includes Smashburger, Sizzler, Taco John’s, Pizza Ranch, Big Boy, HuHot Mongolian Grill, and others.
To jumpstart the New Year, Genghis Grill is getting ready to launch its healthy-influenced campaign, Health Kwest, on Feb. 1, 2012, which will last for 60 days.
Last year's khantestants lost a total of 1,087 pounds. Health Kwest winner, Brandon Sanders from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, lost 60 pounds in 90 days by adopting Genghis Grill's healthier dining options into his daily life.
This year, khantestants will dedicate themselves for 60 days by eating Genghis Grill's healthier meal options everyday for free. They have a chance to win $10,000.
Genghis Grill, the Mongolian stir-fry, has announced a new protein option that has been added to its food bar, Khan's Kitchen. From September 6 through November 6, guests can build their own bowl with a new protein option, Dr Pepper BBQ Chicken. The new item features all natural white meat chicken, with touches of soy sauce and pineapple juice, flavored with Cajun and garlic seasonings, marinated with Genghis Grill's signature Mongo BBQ sauce, and blended with the "authentic blend of 23 rich flavors" of Dr Pepper.
Genghis Grill, the largest Mongolian stir fry chain in the U.S., has introduced a new healthy-influenced campaign called Health Kwest, a journey into a healthier lifestyle.
“Khantestants” will dedicate themselves for three months by eating Genghis Grill's healthier meal options everyday for free and have a chance to win $10,000.
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Genghis Grill will open four new locations in Moore, Oklahoma; Sandy Springs, Georgia; Murfreesboro, Tennessee; and Texarkana, Texas. The new locations will offer residents a chance to "build your own bowl" from over 70 fresh ingredients.
The Moore, Oklahoma, site opened Sunday and is located off of Frontage Rd.on Highway I-35 and 19th, near the JCPenney and Best Buy.