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Hawaii burger business expanding to Philippines

By Erika Engle

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LAST UPDATED: 02:43 p.m. HST, May 07, 2014


Hawaii-based Teddy's Bigger Burgers has announced its expansion to the Philippines with nine stores set for opening in the next three years.

The first store will open July 18 at Greenbelt 3 in Makati City.

Teddy's officials identified its Philippines partner as the High Jap Group, of which executive Ricky Laudico said another potential location for its Teddy's Bigger Burgers business will be in Newport Mall in Resorts World Manila.

"Opening in the Philippines is beyond anything we could have imagined when we started our first little burger joint,' said Teddy's co-founder Rich Stula, in a statement.

Co-founder Ted Tsakiris also expressed excitement about launching "Team Philippines."







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gmejk wrote:
Ate at the Pearlridge restaurant years ago....The burger was very bland tasting and disappointing. Maybe it improved but I never went back. Would love to see an In and Out Burger here real soon.
on May 7,2014 | 02:57PM
Bully wrote:
Good for the company expand to Manila the city with 10 million people.
on May 7,2014 | 03:06PM
samidunn wrote:
Hope he is ready to pay off all those Philippine officials.
on May 7,2014 | 03:06PM
HD36 wrote:
I wonder if they'll do it through their partner The High Jap group? Really, that's the name of the company I'm not trying to be racist mr. moderator.
on May 7,2014 | 08:21PM
HD36 wrote:
That's the job of the High J...a...P group to be politically uncensored.
on May 7,2014 | 08:26PM
iwanaknow wrote:
So Max's came here from the Philippines and now Teddy's goes there?
on May 7,2014 | 04:07PM
lokela wrote:
Balut on the side. Oh yeah!
on May 7,2014 | 05:30PM
gts wrote:
GOOD LUCK
on May 7,2014 | 07:14PM
HD36 wrote:
I wonder if the High Jap Group will be selling beef or dog?
on May 7,2014 | 07:24PM
HD36 wrote:
The price of beef has gone up around 40% in the last 4 years so I wonder what kind of meat they're going to serve in a third world country where most live in poverty?
on May 7,2014 | 07:28PM
kimpira wrote:
Ditto. Also, they need to watch their backs there. Dangerous country.
on May 7,2014 | 08:27PM
Jerry_D wrote:
How are the poor Filipinos going to afford Teddy's overpriced food???
on May 7,2014 | 08:33PM
residenttaxpayer wrote:
Their burgers tasted bland and not worth the price....
on May 7,2014 | 09:41PM
Anonymous wrote:
I read the article and now I want a burger....
on May 7,2014 | 11:36PM
XML808 wrote:
There was a company in Manila called King Burger which had the look and feel of a Burger King.
on May 8,2014 | 08:15AM
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