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Muscogee Nation buys rights to expand fast food restaurant
Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
of Oklahoma will be bringing the
fast food restaurant to its territory.
Muscogee Nation Business Enterprise
bought the rights to bring the franchise to the tribe's eight-county jurisdictional area. Plans call to add Rex's Chicken at existing and future travel plazas, News on 6 reported.
"Right now we're doing some strategic planning and designing for new upgrades or new travel plazas and hopefully designing travel plazas for the future and we want to be able to add the Rex's Chicken to our operations there," CEO Woody Anderson told News on 6.
Get the Story:
Creek Nation's Business Unit Buys Rights To Rex's Chicken
(News on 6 9/23)
Tribe buys rights to Rex's Chicken
(The Oklahoman 9/25)
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