ATLANTA Just as high school, college and professional football players nationwide are putting on the pads for a new season of hard-hitting competition, the 450-unit Hooters chain Monday is meeting casual-dining rivals helmet to helmet in the how-low-can-you-go price point battle for traffic. Officials at Atlanta-based Hooters’ parent Hooters of America Inc. said the new limited-time, football-inspired menu includes two shared-portion appetizers: Loaded Chips, or thick-cut potato chips topped ...
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