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Honolulu burger joint expands to Texas

By Erika Engle

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LAST UPDATED: 04:51 p.m. HST, Apr 23, 2014



Teddy's Bigger Burgers has sold the first of two franchise agreements for the state of Texas for undisclosed terms.

Teddy's founders anticipate additional announcements about franchised locations in the Lone Star State. 

Since its establishment in Hawaii in 1998, Teddy's has grown to 11 locations in the islands, one in Japan, and three between Washington state and Iowa. Another will be opening soon in California.

The company is marketing franchises in all domestic territories and select international markets.






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Slow wrote:
Really great to read about a local success story. Keep it going!
on April 23,2014 | 07:16PM
inHilo wrote:
Nice work, Teddy!
on April 24,2014 | 06:25AM
Jiujitsu_Fighter wrote:
Hope they get into the major airports.
on April 24,2014 | 10:57AM
nobofat9 wrote:
Burgers are ok but we live in California and we have our favorites.....The Habit, Roam, etc.
on April 24,2014 | 11:26AM
KaneoheSJ wrote:
I hate to burst the bubble on this one but Teddy's burgers are just ground beef molded to a patty and then put together as a burger. Then a nice hefty price is tacked on. Better to just make your own burger at home.
on April 24,2014 | 11:27AM
Alohapatty wrote:
That is a gripping expose. Thank you for bursting our bubbles and letting us know how to make a burger. And that restaurants charge you more than their cost. What, are you going to tell me next they are in business to make a profit? NONSENSE!!
on April 24,2014 | 11:38AM
gmejk wrote:
Teddy's is alright....Would like to see In and Out Burgers in Hawaii real soon.
on April 24,2014 | 11:48AM
Jiujitsu_Fighter wrote:
Five Guys burger and their cajun fries is amazing. Hawaii what are you waiting for?
on April 24,2014 | 03:13PM
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