Cook Out (restaurant)


Cook Out (restaurant)
Cook Out
Type Sole Ownership
Industry Food
Founded 1989
Headquarters Greensboro, North Carolina, USA
Area served North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Richmond, Virginia[1][2]
Key people Morris Reaves (Owner), Jeremy Reaves (CEO)
Products Fast food
Website http://cookout.appiandigital.net/

Cook Out is a fast food privately owned restaurant chain in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Richmond, Virginia. Founded in Greensboro, the chain has since expanded throughout the state and now has drive-thru restaurants in over fifty cities. Most locations consist of a double drive-thru and outdoor seating.[3]

Cook Out was created by Morris Reaves.[4] He is currently the owner of the company, with his son Jeremy Reaves serving as CEO. As of August 2011 there are 88 locations. The original Cook-Out opened on Randleman Road in North Carolina.

The restaurant specializes in grilled hamburgers and hotdogs (cook-out style), chicken sandwiches, and North Carolina barbecue. They also have milkshakes.


The company headquarters location used to be located in Adams Farm in Greensboro, NC but has moved to Archdale, NC.

The company opened its first out-of-state store in Spartanburg, South Carolina, on July 30, 2010.[5] Cook Out opened in Clemson and Orangeburg, South Carolina, in 2010. Plans are in the works for more expansion in South Carolina and Virginia.[6]

External links

Official Web Site: http://cookout.appiandigital.net/

Unofficial Fan Site: http://www.cookoutnc.com/

Unofficial Fan Site: http://www.eatcookout.com/


References

  1. ^ http://eatcookout.com/locations/
  2. ^ http://www.cookoutnc.com/locations.php
  3. ^ http://raleighdurham.about.com/od/diningandnightlife/gr/cookout-review.htm Cook Out Restaurant Review, About.com Raleigh-Durham
  4. ^ http://greensboro.greensboring.com/2011/09/cook-out-restaurant-menu-of-burger.html Cook Out Restaurant, Greensboring.com
  5. ^ http://www.goupstate.com/article/20100716/ARTICLES/7161008/1083/ARTICLES?p=1&tc=pg
  6. ^ http://www.goupstate.com/article/20100716/ARTICLES/7161008/1083/ARTICLES?p=2&tc=pg



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