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Popular chain expands in Arkansas

Popular chain expands in Arkansas

Franchise of Family Sports Pubs & Restaurants Eyes Russellville for New Location

 

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Armed with a refreshed menu and new prototype design, Tampa-based Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, the 213-unit franchise of family sports pubs & restaurants best known for great food and the ties it builds with its communities, has identified Russellville as a key component to the company’s growth strategy in Arkansas. 

 

Demographic research, brand recognition within the state and other factors make Russellville an ideal market for further expansion of the franchised restaurant concept.  While the demand for family-friendly eateries continues to grow throughout Russellville, providers are limited.

 

“While there’s definitely a market for Beef ‘O’ Brady’s in the Russellville area, we’re taking a careful approach to finding a franchise partner with business savvy, tenacity and a readiness

Arkansas Tech to dedicate Baswell Techionery

Arkansas Tech to dedicate Baswell Techionery

RUSSELLEVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) -- Arkansas Tech University will formally dedicate its new student union facility, Baswell Techionery, during a ceremony in conjunction with Family Day celebrations on Saturday, Sept. 24.
 
The Baswell Techionery dedication ceremony is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on the courtyard outside the structure.

Col. Carl F. Baswell, a member of the Arkansas Tech Class of 1942, a 2009 inductee into the Arkansas Tech Hall of Distinction and one of his alma mater’s most generous benefactors, will be the guest of honor.

The public is invited to attend the dedication ceremony. The interior of the facility will be open to the public beginning at 2 p.m.

Family Day activities will continue with Party at the Plaza at 4 p.m. and a 6 p.m. football game between Arkansas Tech and West Alabama at Thone Stadium at Buerkle Field.
 
“Col.

A sweet history

A sweet history

July is the sweetest month of the year. Not only is that beloved cooling sweet treat the perfect antidote to these sweaty dog days of summer, but July also happens to be National Ice Cream Month.

How did it get started?

Gourmet chefs cook up good stuff at Tech

Gourmet chefs cook up good stuff at Tech

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. --Residents of the Arkansas River Valley who crave fine dining opportunities will find what they are looking for at Arkansas Tech University in early June.

A pair of renowned chefs will prepare meals for the general public as part of the 2011 Summer Culinary Institute for Young Women, which will be hosted by the Arkansas Tech Department of Parks, Recreation and Hospitality Administration June 6-10.

Chef Chrissy Sanderson, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York and former co-owner of Bordinos in Fayetteville, will lend her talents to a Central Arkansas-themed meal at the Williamson Hall Dining Room on Tuesday, June 7. Tickets for that event will be $25.

Chef Tracy Griffith, the first female graduate of the California Sushi Academy and a member of the American Culinary Federation honor society, will take to the Williamson Hall kitchen on Friday, June 10.

Seven super foods we seldom eat

Seven super foods we seldom eat

Tired of eating the same stuff over and over? Consider adding these nutritious, delicious choices to your dining repertoire.