ATLANTA Huddle House, based here, turned 45 years old this year and celebrated by launching a sleek new logo and several social-media profiles. —But the new look isn’t part of some midlife crisis for the family-dining chain of more than 430 restaurants in 18 states. Rather, the brand wanted to connect with future customers while preserving its history, said chief executive Phil Greifeld. ...
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