Hooters Chairman dead at 69
Monday, July 17, 2006
Robert Brooks, chairman of Hooters of America, Inc. who was famous for opening a restaurant selling chicken wings by scantily clad waitresses, was found dead yesterday, police said. Brooks was 69 years old. An autopsy is waiting to be performed later on today.
Since opening its first store in Clearwater, Florida in 1983, the chain has expanded across the United States and into more than a dozen foreign countries. At last count, Hooters had 425 restaurants nationwide.
Brooks was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce in 1996.
- The Associated Press. "Hooters Chairman Found Dead At Home" — , 16 July 2006
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