Chanticleer Holdings, part owner of Hooters of America (HOA), the operator and franchisor of the iconic Hooters restaurants throughout the U.S. and internationally, has rights to develop and operate Hooters restaurants in several countries around the world. In addition to operations in Europe, South Africa, and Australia, Chanticleer also has franchise rights to develop parts of Brazil. Brazil, South America’s biggest economy, represents the newest opportunity.
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