Hooters founder dies

I am sure that DPF will shed a tear over the news this morning that Hooters Founder Robert Brooks has died aged 69. (Somehow that age is appropriate)

Since opening in 1983, Hooters now serves about 61 million people a year in 46 US states and 19 countries.

Brooks' explanation for his success was simple: "Good food, cold beer and pretty girls never go out of style."

Ain't that the truth.

In rememberance here is little video of what Hooters was all about.

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