Cheeseburger chain Whataburger Inc. is wanting to gobble up its cheap food contest in Birmingham, Ala. at the point when the organization opens 17 new cafés there this year.
The Corpus Christi-based Whataburger’s extension in Birmingham will be driven by Austinite Jerrell Baird, leader of B&F Property, a few different financial specialists, and a portion of Baird’s relatives.
Baird’s gathering intends to fabricate 17 new Whataburger establishment eateries in Birmingham and the metropolitan region encompassing the city, utilizing a few hundred neighborhood laborers for the stores.
“Our gathering is glad to bring Whataburger’s 54-year custom of magnificent assistance and specially made food to the Birmingham region,” Baird says.
The first new Whataburger café is planned to open in Birmingham by pre-fall or late summer of this current year, as per the organization.
The arrangement, which will be inked by Whataburger Chief Tom Dobson at an extraordinary service at the organization base camp in Corpus Christi on Tuesday, addresses Whataburger’s entry into the Birmingham market.
At Tuesday’s marking service, Whataburger Inc. will likewise sign a franchisee manage McAllen-based As far as possible Administration to foster five other Whataburger cafés in the Montgomery, Ala. region.
At present, there are just three Whataburger areas in Alabama, all in the Portable region.
Established in Corpus Christi in 1950 by Harmon Dobson, family-possessed Whataburger is the country’s eighth-biggest cheeseburger chain, with 262 diversified eateries and in excess of 640 areas in 10 states.