Chanticleer Holdings Inc., an investment company that has been growing the Hooters brand overseas, has been building a multiconcept restaurant business in the U.S. poised for both domestic and international growth. The Charlotte, N.C.-based public company recently announced plans to acquire its first two domestic locations of Hooters, both in the Pacific Northwest, with the goal of opening more in the region as a franchisee. Chanticleer, which holds a minority stake in Hooters’ ...

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