Industry News | October 24, 2017

Huey Magoo’s Chicken Tenders Opens First Corporate Store

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Huey Magoo’s continues rapid growth with the grand opening of its newest restaurant in Florida and first corporate location at the Shoppes at Lake Mary, Huey Magoo’s CEO and president Andy Howard announced today. The 1,700-sq. ft. store will include a large outdoor patio and showcase Huey Magoo’s sleek new industrial, relaxed design, Chicago-style brick interior wall, and additional colorful branding elements, as debuted at the recently-opened Dr. Phillips and Millenia locations, while serving up the same award-winning, fresh and delicious chicken tenders and family-friendly atmosphere Huey Magoo’s is famous for. 

While Huey Magoo’s existing successful restaurants in Altamonte Springs, Oviedo, Winter Springs, Dr. Phillips, Millenia, and the UCF Student Union operate under the company’s continuing franchise model, Lake Mary is the first corporate location operated by the brand’s parent company, Huey Magoo’s Restaurants, LLC, under the leadership of Howard, co-founders Matt Armstrong and Thad Hudgens, and executive vice president of operation and training Mike Sutter. Howard says, “We are thrilled to continue to expand our brand, open our first corporate store, and join the wonderful Lake Mary community. Lake Mary is the perfect home for our much-loved, acclaimed tenders and restaurants, and we welcome the Lake Mary family to ours.”

Guests dining at any Huey Magoo’s have plenty of tempting dishes to choose from. Diners can enjoy grilled, hand-breaded or “sauced” premium chicken tenders, farm fresh salads, sandwiches, and wraps, available as individual meals, meals for two, and family-sized options making it the ideal place for a casual lunch or group dinner. Each tender is always fresh, all natural and made with no hormones, no steroids, and no preservatives.

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