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California Tortilla Corporate Office

March 22, 2017

California Tortilla, known to most as simply CalTort, was founded in 1995 in Bethesda, Maryland, by  Pam Felix and Alan Cohe. The company operates a chain of mainly franchised Tex-Mex style casual restaurants. The company currently has 51 locations in 7 states, interestingly enough, none of which are in California, as well as several in […]

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Plantation Patterns Corporate Office

March 22, 2017

Plantation Patterns was founded in Birmingham, Alabama, in 2011. The company manufactures outdoor furnishings, such as umbrellas, cushions, and pillows. The company sells its products through retail partners, such as Home Depot.  It also offers online programs, merchandising, drop shipping and private labeling. Manufacturing is created at the factory in Selma, Alabama, while distribution is […]

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Simmons Foods Corporate Office

March 21, 2017

Simmons Foods was founded in 1949 in Decatur, Arkansas, by Bill Simmons and Frank Plus. The pair pooled funds and purchased a small poultry farm. Within 3 years, Simmons bought out his partner. Today, Simmons Foods is one of the largest providers of poultry and pet foods in the US. The company provides ingredients for […]

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Banana Bay Restaurant Corporate Office

March 21, 2017

Banana Bay Restaurant was founded in 2001 in Rowland Heights, California. The company operates a Thai food and beverage restaurant. The company recently expanded by opening a second location in Temple City, California. Traditional Thai cuisine, such as Crying Tiger Steaks, and drinks are served. Desserts are also traditional, including Khanom Chan, which is a […]

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Terrible Herbst Oil Company Corporate Office

March 20, 2017

Terrible Herbst Oil Company, known simply as Terrible Herbst, was founded in Las Vegas, Nevada, in 1959 by Jerry Herbst. His father, Ed,  owned a gas station in Chicago, Illinois, in the late 1930’s. The company claims that Ed invented the click off nozzle for gas pumps, which allowed Ed to pump more gas since […]

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