SEATAC WASH. Skippers Seafood ‘n’ Chowder House chain have closed since its franchisor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December, including 22 shuttered in late June and early July by Skippers Inc., based here. —More than half the branches of the formerly 63-unit At presstime, the nearly 40-year-old quick-service company, once a publicly held brand with more than 200 restaurants, was seeking buyers for its remaining 15 corporate units ...
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