REAL ESTATE

Marble Slab Creamery set to open first Pakistan store

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Atlanta — Global Franchise Group announced Tuesday a master franchise agreement with Western Brands PVT for the opening of the first Marble Slab Creamery locations in the country of Pakistan.

The deal calls for the development of 10 Marble Slab Creamery stores in Pakistan over a 10-year period, with the 5,000 sq. ft. flagship store opening up in the major city of Lahore, Pakistan.

Marble Slab Creamery is managed by GFG Management, a subsidiary of Global Franchise Group.

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S.Gacho says:
Mar-26-2013 10:18 am

Having a lot of agreements
Having a lot of agreements and meeting is part of the business world. This would help in order for future business planning. - Michael Courouleau

S.Gacho says:
Mar-26-2013 10:18 am

Having a lot of agreements and meeting is part of the business world. This would help in order for future business planning. - Michael Courouleau

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Cuhaci & Peterson awarded contracts to design three Ale Houses

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Orlando, Fla. — Cuhaci & Peterson Architects said Tuesday it has been awarded contracts to design three Ale House restaurants — in Winter Park, Fla., Queens, N.Y., and the Philadelphia area.

The restaurants average 10,000 sq. ft. each.

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Mar-26-2013 10:19 am

Restaurants are one of the
Restaurants are one of the best business to put up. On the other hand, it really has something to do with a lot of planning and good hygiene. - Michael Courouleau

S.Gacho says:
Mar-26-2013 10:19 am

Restaurants are one of the best business to put up. On the other hand, it really has something to do with a lot of planning and good hygiene. - Michael Courouleau

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Wolverine Brand supports conservation of namesake animal

BY CSA STAFF

ROCKFORD, Mich. — Wolverine Brand, the makers of authentic outdoor and work boots, shoes and apparel, is supporting The Wolverine Foundation, a non-profit organization comprised of wildlife scientists with a common interest in the wolverine. The brand’s funding is vital to The Wolverine Foundation and supports continued research projects and awareness programs.

"The primary goal of The Wolverine Foundation is to elevate the wolverine’s management status through public information, and we recognize the need for coordinated, science-based efforts including the support and initiation of research," said Jeff Copeland, who co-founded The Wolverine Foundation in 1996. "Wolverine Brand’s donation is instrumental in working toward this goal and helps us provide grants to many meaningful wolverine research projects around the country."

"We are honored to be associated with The Wolverine Foundation, which leads the charge on many valuable research projects and awareness programs," said Kelly Redinger, marketing director for Wolverine. "The Wolverine Foundation is a natural fit for the brand as we strive to embody the tenacious, relentless spirit of the wolverine to create boots that perform in the harshest conditions."

Earlier this year the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed to list wolverines as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.

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