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With more than 100 locations all over North Carolina, Andy’s portrays a 50s’ style diner with large colorful “retro” murals covering the walls, oldies music and the friendliest staff, that just happens to be in poodle skirts.
The Holly Springs unit has reopened after moving from its former location in town.
“We feel this new location will be a success for us,” says Andy’s Burgers, Shakes and Fries founder and president Kenney Moore. “We had a lot of folks wondering when we were going to reopen. This unit is in a prime location. We look forward to providing people with a great meal and keep them out shopping as long as possible. It’s great for the economy,” he adds.
The new store could employ up to 20 people and is already accepting applications.
Formerly known as Andy’s Cheesesteaks and Cheeseburgers, the Mount Olive based company changed its name to Andy’s Burgers Shakes and Fries in early 2008 to reflect changes within the chain.