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    Huey Magoo’s Looks to Nearly Double in 2019

  • Industry News May 15, 2019
    The company plans to hit 13 locations.

    Less than two months after Central Florida’s rapidly expanding chicken tenders brand opened its newest location in Apopka, Huey Magoo’s widespread growth continues with the grand opening in ChampionsGate, Florida, CEO and president Andy Howard announced.  The 1,875 square foot store is owned by revered Franchisees Chris and McKenzie Cohen, who have 40 years combined in the quick service industry. 

    ChampionsGate marks the ninth Huey Magoo’s operating in the Greater Orlando area, the second to open this year, and with the following four additional restaurants opening throughout the Southeast by the end of 2019, Huey Magoo’s company-wide growth will nearly double in one year:

    • (Greater Orlando) 10341 West Colonial Drive, Suite 30, Ocoee, FL 64761
    • (Daytona) 1268 Beville Road, Daytona, FL 32114
    • (South Florida) 9400 West Commercial Boulevard, Suite 101, Sunrise, FL 33351
    • (Greater Atlanta) 4630 Atlanta Highway, Loganville, GA 30052

    ChampionsGate and all the upcoming locations will serve up the same award-winning, fresh and delicious chicken tenders and family-friendly atmosphere that Huey Magoo’s is celebrated for.  Guests will enjoy Huey Magoo’s signature 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.  Each tender is always made fresh, all natural, with no antibiotics ever, no hormones, no steroids and no preservatives.

    “We are elated to expand Huey Magoo’s family of restaurants from seven to 13 in just this year alone, nearly doubling our company growth,” says Howard.  “We proudly welcome seasoned quick service operators Chris and McKenzie to ChampionsGate, and with many more new markets and locations in development, we cannot wait to continue to make more fans throughout the country of the greatest tasting chicken tenders.”

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