BOSTON Eight Hooters restaurants were ordered to close after federal bankruptcy judge here forced a Massachusetts-based franchisee, R.J. Fritz L.P., into Chapter 7 liquidation, according to media reports quoting court records. R.J. Fritz ran Hooters units in New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and all three Hooters in New Hampshire under a franchise agreement with Hooters of America Inc. In October, R.J. Fritz filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from creditors, ...
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