|The Hungry Hobo Announces Grand Opening of Eldridge Store|
|News Releases - Food & Dining|
|Written by Pryce Boeye|
|Tuesday, 29 October 2013 15:22|
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois – The Hungry Hobo announced the grand opening of a store in Eldridge, IA. The store is located at 178 South 4th Avenue (next to the Genesis Rehabilitation Clinic in Mid Towne Plaza), and open Monday through Saturday from 10:00A to 9:00P, and Sunday from 11:00A to 8:00P. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place with the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce on Friday, November 8th at 4:00P.
“While we’re in the process of trying to expand our concept in Eastern Iowa, we also wanted to get some experience with providing drive thru service.” said Pryce T. Boeye, President and CEO of the company. “In this case, we were able to find a great complex in the heart of Eldridge that should serve both our customers and employees very well. If the first day of business is any indication of what to expect, it could end up being a surprisingly strong store.”
The Hungry Hobo is a chain of sandwich shops that was created in 1973 by Jim Gende, Ray Pearson, Joe Gende, and Tom Spero, and is currently celebrating its 40th Anniversary with a series of promotions throughout 2013. The concept specializes in sliced-to-order and grilled sandwiches, baked potatoes with a variety of toppings, chef-prepared soups, shredded-lettuce salads, and desserts that are baked daily in The Hobo Bakery. They have 13 convenient Quad-City area locations, accept all major credit cards, deliver box lunches and party items, and have made their everyday menu available for delivery through www.good2goqc.com. They also recently launched a smart phone app and mobile rewards program, and have been voted Best Deli, Best Deli Sandwiches, and Most Distinctly Quad Cities Fast Food. For more information, visit www.hungryhobo.com and www.facebook.com/hungryhobo.
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