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CEO ~ James E. Boyd Jr.'s resume: 


James E. Boyd, Jr. is a seasoned leader with extensive and diverse experience in enterprise strategic planning, leadership development, and concept re engineering, as well as restructuring alternatives, operations, and franchise development. He also excels in developing marketing strategies and tactics, acquisitions, buy-side financial and operational due diligence, and systems implementation. 
James is recognized in the industry for his innovative approaches, financial and organizational results, the ability to build sustainable talent, and a commitment to impacting his industry and community. 
Present 
CEO/President Energy Edge Technologies Corporation/The Gourmet Wing Company 
James Was Previously: 
CEO Back Yard™ Burgers 
Goldman Sachs™ Consultant 
President of Quizno's™ Canada (600 Units) 
Quizno's Vice President of Area Director Development, United States (2,000 Units) 
Kmart™, SVP, Restaurant Operations/U.S., Puerto Rico & Guam (1,700 Units) 
Popeyes™ Franchisee, Atlanta, Georgia 
Popeyes Corporate, Chief Operating Officer, U.S. 
Popeyes Corporate, Vice President of Company & Franchise Operations (1,400 Units) 
Popeyes Corporate, Vice President of Franchise Operations (1,200 Units) 
Popeyes Corporate, Regional Director of Franchise Operations (All Restaurants West of the Mississippi, 640 Restaurants) 
Popeyes/AFC Corporate, Regional Director South Central Region, Alabama to Southern California—Responsible for Popeyes & Church's Restaurants 
Popeyes Corporate, Franchise District Consultant, Texas, Louisiana, & Mississippi 

Brand Project Leader for Popeyes Reengineering Project 
James redesigned all brand support functions. He has hands-on experience at designing and structuring organizations to improve quality, create powerful long-range strategies, tighten operations, and inspire team performance. He was also a developer of Popeyes business support and training centers. 

 

Dry Fried Wing Company (OTCQB: EEDG) has issued the following statement from CEO and President James Boyd, regarding recent developments as well as a detailed plan for the company’s future. 

“The co-branding and licensing program that was launched by our Company in early December 2012 has already proven to be extremely successful in creating brand recognition and overwhelming market acceptance of our uniquely delicious Dry Fried Wings. To quickly establish what may be the best tasting product line in a very competitive market is a feat that required tremendous foresight, and will provide us with the optimum foundation as we build and grow into our future. 

I have invested a considerable amount of time, reviewing our business model, reflecting on our competitive positioning, evaluating our service delivery system, establishing our equipment and small wares requirements, developing our product/food specifications, developing our purchasing and distribution processes, developing our pricing strategies, and formulating our marketing strategies, while reviewing the overall operational efficiency of our licensed units including their product quality, speed and accuracy of service, and restaurant cleanliness. As a result of these findings, I have already developed a new set of stringent standards and procedures that all existing and future licensed units must follow. 

While it is important to bring the Dry Fried Wing concept to as many new guests as possible through the signing and opening of new venues, it is imperative that we choose and maintain a base of superior operators who will represent the brand well and protect the integrity of our concept. As our company transitions to a fully-scalable restaurant operation with an expanded menu, we will direct our field operations team to assess the quality, service, and cleanliness standards the buying public and local health departments require of all restaurant operators, and will immediately remove our products if our standards are not met. The safety and comfort of our guests are paramount to us, and I will do everything in my power to ensure our guests receive only the best in quality, service and cleanliness. 

Additionally, I have refined our real estate and branding requirements, and have decided to limit our future licensing agreements to what we consider to be the major complimentary brands and world-class concessionaires in the marketplace. These are the sophisticated operators who are well trained, capitalized, and exhibit the highest standards in restaurant operations. 

During the next 90 days, we will embark on a multifaceted strategy involving: 

1. Capital Structure---Balanced mix of long term debt, specific short-term debt, common equity and preferred equity. In short, we have developed a comprehensive plan to finance our overall operations and growth by using different sources of funds that will minimize dilution without becoming over-leveraged. 

2. Menu Development---We have recruited an executive chef to build on the already established Dry Fried Wings foundation and to include other proteins, salads, vegetables, side dishes and desserts that will appeal to a broad segment of our population seeking both flavorful and healthy choices. We must be sensitive to the changing needs and desires of our customers while preparing for the required laws governing menu nutrition labeling. Specialty beers, wines and frozen alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be offered and should constitute approximately 15-20 percent of sales. Limited table service will be available along with takeout and delivery. 

3. Prototype Design---Once we’ve completed our full menu plans, we will establish our overall design theme, then choose and position equipment that will produce a world-class finished product in under three-minutes. It is imperative that we design and build user-friendly, in-store kitchens with functionality and efficiency and an optimized layout and flow that can produce quality and quantity while keeping our labor investment to a minimum. 

a. Venue Modeling---While the kitchen or engine will remain basically the same, the size of the lobby, the cooler/freezer and the dry storage capacity will vary depending on the venue (e.g., free-standing, airports, college campus, walk-up, etc). 

4. Company Restaurant Development and Concept Validation---Our plan is to develop three prototype restaurants in the Atlanta Designated Metropolitan Area (DMA). We are analyzing demographic data to determine the best locations for our concept based on: 

a. competitor concepts and sales volumes 

b. trade area profiles, including customer demographics, day-part occasions, concept density 

c. emerging trade areas and developments 

d. consumer foodservice DMA spending levels (comparative analysis) 

e. local labor costs, unemployment levels and skill pools 

Development costs including furniture, fixtures and equipment for the first location will be in the $700,000 range with a target for the second and third locations to average $600,000. Unit sales are projected to range from $800,000 to $1.1 million. We will seed the market with Company units utilizing a “build and flip” strategy, selling the Company units to franchisees with additional development requirements while recouping our initial investments plus turnkey fees. We believe the Atlanta DMA can easily support 22 locations without cannibalizing sales. Our franchising focus will target cities in the Southeastern United States with a minimum commitment of three units per franchisee. 

It is important to note that strategic buyers also look for businesses that will provide synergies to their existing business. In our case, we are developing a second major revenue stream in the form of spices, sauces, batters, breading and side items. Just as Al Copeland Enterprises provides spice packages to all 1800 plus Popeye’s locations, we will emulate that very successful business model by providing similar items to all franchised and licensed Dry Fried Wing units, as well as all acquired concept locations. Creating and acquiring synergistic and profitable new revenue sources will always be an integral part of our plans. 

To that end, I have begun to utilize recent career connections I’ve made with some of the largest financial institutions in the world to assist in securing a synergistic acquisition we have recently targeted. Purchasing a well-established, profitable restaurant chain that is 90 percent franchised will yield immediate cash flow with enormous revenue growth, and will also enable us to increase our margins and spread our G&A, marketing and distribution costs across a large number of restaurants for the good of both concepts. The targeted concept also provides attractive growthopportunities, durable competitive advantages, and, of course, many new branded outlets for our Dry Fried Wings. Any acquisition we choose to pursue will be done to further enhance and greatly accelerate our long-range revenue and growth goals. 

Every successful concept must start with a superior product and our Dry Fried Wings have proven to be just that. We also must deliver an experience that establishes an emotional connection with our guests. Our commitment to food quality can only be surpassed by our commitment to premier customer service and restaurant cleanliness. My pledge to all of our customers and shareholders is that we will offer a dining experience unmatched in the fast casual space. 

Dry Fried Wing Company is a subsidiary of Energy Edge Technologies Corp., which has taken the preliminary steps for a name change to "Gourmet Wing Company". We will be conducting an Investor Conference Call from 4-5 PM Thursday, March 28 to add further details to the topics referenced above and answer as many call-in questions as time will allow. Please visit www.dryfriedwings.com for more Company information.” 

This release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Prospective investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include fluctuation of operating results, ability to compete successfully, and ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The Company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events, or changes to future operating results. 


NEWS 

Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group Announces Alliance with James E. Boyd, Jr. 

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group (UIG) today announced that it has entered into an alliance with restaurant executive James E. Boyd, Jr.Through this agreement, Boyd and UIG will work together to identify and assess potential acquisition opportunities in the fast casual and quick service restaurant industry, targeting sizeable concepts and multi-unit franchise groups with potential to grow through franchising and company development. 
Boyd has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of company and franchise restaurant operations, management, development and construction.Boyd spent 12 years in management at Popeyes, including several years as Chief Operating Officer, where he was responsible for planning and directing Popeyes' company and franchise operations.Additionally, Boyd served as SVP - Restaurant Operations for Kmart, where he successfully managed over 1700 restaurants and created the successful Famous Eddies concept.Most recently, Boyd was President of Quiznos Canada. 
 

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Tom Madden
561-750-9800 x211
;  
tmadden@transmediagroup.com.
  
Abby Blake 
 561-750-9800 ext. 229
abby@transmediagroup.com





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Our CEO ~ James E. Boyd Jr.'s resume:
 

 James E. Boyd, Jr. is a seasoned leader with extensive and diverse experience in enterprise strategic planning, leadership development, and concept re engineering, as well as restructuring alternatives, operations, and franchise development. He also excels in developing marketing strategies and tactics, acquisitions, buy-side financial and operational due diligence, and systems implementation.
James is recognized in the industry for his innovative approaches, financial and organizational results, the ability to build sustainable talent, and a commitment to impacting his industry and community.
Present
CEO/President Energy Edge Technologies Corporation/The Gourmet Wing Company
James Was Previously:
CEO Back Yard™ Burgers
Goldman Sachs™ Consultant
President of Quizno's™ Canada (600 Units)
Quizno's Vice President of Area Director Development, United States (2,000 Units)
Kmart™, SVP, Restaurant Operations/U.S., Puerto Rico & Guam (1,700 Units)
Popeyes™ Franchisee, Atlanta, Georgia
Popeyes Corporate, Chief Operating Officer, U.S.
Popeyes Corporate, Vice President of Company & Franchise Operations (1,400 Units)
Popeyes Corporate, Vice President of Franchise Operations (1,200 Units)
Popeyes Corporate, Regional Director of Franchise Operations (All Restaurants West of the Mississippi, 640 Restaurants)
Popeyes/AFC Corporate, Regional Director South Central Region, Alabama to Southern California—Responsible for Popeyes & Church's Restaurants
Popeyes Corporate, Franchise District Consultant, Texas, Louisiana, & Mississippi

Brand Project Leader for Popeyes Reengineering Project
James redesigned all brand support functions. He has hands-on experience at designing and structuring organizations to improve quality, create powerful long-range strategies, tighten operations, and inspire team performance. He was also a developer of Popeyes business support and training centers.  

                                    
 
James Boyd Lays Out Detailed Plans for Dry Fried Wing Company
Date : 03/15/2013 @ 8:30AM
Source : Business Wire
Stock : Energy Edge Technologies Corporation (QB) (EEDG)
Quote : 0.032 0.0 (0.00%) @ 5:32AM
James Boyd Lays Out Detailed Plans for Dry Fried Wing Company
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Dry Fried Wing Company (OTCQB: EEDG) has issued the following statement from CEO and President James Boyd, regarding recent developments as well as a detailed plan for the company’s future.

“The co-branding and licensing program that was launched by our Company in early December 2012 has already proven to be extremely successful in creating brand recognition and overwhelming market acceptance of our uniquely delicious Dry Fried Wings. To quickly establish what may be the best tasting product line in a very competitive market is a feat that required tremendous foresight, and will provide us with the optimum foundation as we build and grow into our future.

I have invested a considerable amount of time, reviewing our business model, reflecting on our competitive positioning, evaluating our service delivery system, establishing our equipment and small wares requirements, developing our product/food specifications, developing our purchasing and distribution processes, developing our pricing strategies, and formulating our marketing strategies, while reviewing the overall operational efficiency of our licensed units including their product quality, speed and accuracy of service, and restaurant cleanliness. As a result of these findings, I have already developed a new set of stringent standards and procedures that all existing and future licensed units must follow.

While it is important to bring the Dry Fried Wing concept to as many new guests as possible through the signing and opening of new venues, it is imperative that we choose and maintain a base of superior operators who will represent the brand well and protect the integrity of our concept. As our company transitions to a fully-scalable restaurant operation with an expanded menu, we will direct our field operations team to assess the quality, service, and cleanliness standards the buying public and local health departments require of all restaurant operators, and will immediately remove our products if our standards are not met. The safety and comfort of our guests are paramount to us, and I will do everything in my power to ensure our guests receive only the best in quality, service and cleanliness.

Additionally, I have refined our real estate and branding requirements, and have decided to limit our future licensing agreements to what we consider to be the major complimentary brands and world-class concessionaires in the marketplace. These are the sophisticated operators who are well trained, capitalized, and exhibit the highest standards in restaurant operations.

During the next 90 days, we will embark on a multifaceted strategy involving:

1. Capital Structure---Balanced mix of long term debt, specific short-term debt, common equity and preferred equity. In short, we have developed a comprehensive plan to finance our overall operations and growth by using different sources of funds that will minimize dilution without becoming over-leveraged.

2. Menu Development---We have recruited an executive chef to build on the already established Dry Fried Wings foundation and to include other proteins, salads, vegetables, side dishes and desserts that will appeal to a broad segment of our population seeking both flavorful and healthy choices. We must be sensitive to the changing needs and desires of our customers while preparing for the required laws governing menu nutrition labeling. Specialty beers, wines and frozen alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be offered and should constitute approximately 15-20 percent of sales. Limited table service will be available along with takeout and delivery.

3. Prototype Design---Once we’ve completed our full menu plans, we will establish our overall design theme, then choose and position equipment that will produce a world-class finished product in under three-minutes. It is imperative that we design and build user-friendly, in-store kitchens with functionality and efficiency and an optimized layout and flow that can produce quality and quantity while keeping our labor investment to a minimum.

a. Venue Modeling---While the kitchen or engine will remain basically the same, the size of the lobby, the cooler/freezer and the dry storage capacity will vary depending on the venue (e.g., free-standing, airports, college campus, walk-up, etc).

4. Company Restaurant Development and Concept Validation---Our plan is to develop three prototype restaurants in the Atlanta Designated Metropolitan Area (DMA). We are analyzing demographic data to determine the best locations for our concept based on:

a. competitor concepts and sales volumes

b. trade area profiles, including customer demographics, day-part occasions, concept density

c. emerging trade areas and developments

d. consumer foodservice DMA spending levels (comparative analysis)

e. local labor costs, unemployment levels and skill pools

Development costs including furniture, fixtures and equipment for the first location will be in the $700,000 range with a target for the second and third locations to average $600,000. Unit sales are projected to range from $800,000 to $1.1 million. We will seed the market with Company units utilizing a “build and flip” strategy, selling the Company units to franchisees with additional development requirements while recouping our initial investments plus turnkey fees. We believe the Atlanta DMA can easily support 22 locations without cannibalizing sales. Our franchising focus will target cities in the Southeastern United States with a minimum commitment of three units per franchisee.

It is important to note that strategic buyers also look for businesses that will provide synergies to their existing business. In our case, we are developing a second major revenue stream in the form of spices, sauces, batters, breading and side items. Just as Al Copeland Enterprises provides spice packages to all 1800 plus Popeye’s locations, we will emulate that very successful business model by providing similar items to all franchised and licensed Dry Fried Wing units, as well as all acquired concept locations. Creating and acquiring synergistic and profitable new revenue sources will always be an integral part of our plans.

To that end, I have begun to utilize recent career connections I’ve made with some of the largest financial institutions in the world to assist in securing a synergistic acquisition we have recently targeted. Purchasing a well-established, profitable restaurant chain that is 90 percent franchised will yield immediate cash flow with enormous revenue growth, and will also enable us to increase our margins and spread our G&A, marketing and distribution costs across a large number of restaurants for the good of both concepts. The targeted concept also provides attractive growth opportunities, durable competitive advantages, and, of course, many new branded outlets for our Dry Fried Wings. Any acquisition we choose to pursue will be done to further enhance and greatly accelerate our long-range revenue and growth goals.

Every successful concept must start with a superior product and our Dry Fried Wings have proven to be just that. We also must deliver an experience that establishes an emotional connection with our guests. Our commitment to food quality can only be surpassed by our commitment to premier customer service and restaurant cleanliness. My pledge to all of our customers and shareholders is that we will offer a dining experience unmatched in the fast casual space.

Dry Fried Wing Company is a subsidiary of Energy Edge Technologies Corp., which has taken the preliminary steps for a name change to "Gourmet Wing Company". We will be conducting an Investor Conference Call from 4-5 PM Thursday, March 28 to add further details to the topics referenced above and answer as many call-in questions as time will allow. Please visit www.dryfriedwings.com for more Company information.”

This release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Prospective investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include fluctuation of operating results, ability to compete successfully, and ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The Company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events, or changes to future operating results.
 
NEWS

Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group Announces Alliance with James E. Boyd, Jr.
...
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group (UIG) today announced that it has entered into an alliance with restaurant executive James E. Boyd, Jr.Through this agreement, Boyd and UIG will work together to identify and assess potential acquisition opportunities in the fast casual and quick service restaurant industry, targeting sizeable concepts and multi-unit franchise groups with potential to grow through franchising and company development.
Boyd has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of company and franchise restaurant operations, management, development and construction.Boyd spent 12 years in management at Popeyes, including several years as Chief Operating Officer, where he was responsible for planning and directing Popeyes' company and franchise operations.Additionally, Boyd served as SVP - Restaurant Operations for Kmart, where he successfully managed over 1700 restaurants and created the successful Famous Eddies concept.Most recently, Boyd was President of Quiznos Canada.


 
  • PRESS RELEASE
    January 3, 2014, 7:05 a.m. ET
    WSJ

Energy Edge Technologies Corporation (EEDG) CEO Reports Company Near First Gourmet Chicken Restaurant Locations

ATLANTA, Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Energy Edge Technologies Corporation (OTC: EEDG) CEO James Boyd said company plans to sign first lease this month on first Gourmet Chicken Restaurant Location.

"We have been successful in finding two locations that meet our criteria and have been in discussions with a real estate developer who has a portfolio of high visibility properties and proceeding with lease negotiations," Boyd said.

"We plan to have the lease signed by mid-January for the first Gourmet Chicken Restaurant. The opening date will be based on general contractor schedules and municipal permitting," he added.

The company has been approached by another developer about locating Gourmet Chicken inside a large commercial office/student housing development adjacent to a large hospital, he said. The location appears to be an excellent site and there is a potential to open a second location in the first quarter of 2014. "Our plan is to build and offer these locations to licensees or franchisees after we file the necessary documents to offer franchises."

EEDG also is issuing formal notification concerning the company's official Twitter account/name-- "EnergyEdTechnol". This action directs shareholders to the official source for updates and information. We will be Tweeting updates as they occur to keep investors up to date on our development progress.

EEDG also is in the process of filing an SEC form 14C to communicate our plan to change the name of the corporation to one that more accurately reflects our core business.

New chicken concept emerging in Atlanta


Tags: Franchising & Growth
  • January 6, 2014
Energy Edge Technologies Corporation plans to sign a lease this month on its first Gourmet Chicken Company, said CEO James Boyd.

"We have been successful in finding two locations that meet our criteria and have been in discussions with a real estate developer who has a portfolio of high visibility properties and proceeding with lease negotiations," Boyd said in a company press release about the chain's debut in Atlanta.

The Gourmet Chicken Company is positioned in the "Better Chicken" category and will serve fresh, marinated, battered and breaded chicken products that are fried in 100 percent peanut oil, Boys said. The menu includes rotisserie chicken, grilled or fried chicken sandwiches and breast strips all prepared to order.

The company has also been approached by another developer about building a Gourmet Chicken inside a large commercial office/student housing development adjacent to a large hospital, also in Atlanta, Boyd said.

"The location appears to be an excellent site and there is a potential to open a second location in the first quarter of 2014," Boyd said. "Our plan is to build and offer these locations to licensees or franchisees after we file the necessary documents to offer franchises."



First Restaurant in Atlanta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
                                  



 

 

     On March 26, 2010, the Company amended its Articles of Incorporation to increase the number of authorized shares to 100,000,000 with a par value of $.00001. On November 14, 2012, the Company amended its Articles of Incorporation to increase the number of authorized shares to 250,000,000 with a par value of $.00001.

 

 

 

SharesOutstanding


240,400,000 O/S as of May 20, 2014
Float ~80 Mil

 


 

 

CEO OWNS 90 MILLION SHARES!

PICTURES OF THE FIRST LOCATION!
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Old SONIC Building Remodeling for First LOCATION
FIRST LOCATION

BOARDS COMING DOWN VERY SOON!

BOARDS COMING DOWN SOON!

WORLD CHANGERS CHURCH ACROSS THE STREET

World Changers Church

Video of the location!

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1661686/eedg/IMG_2086.MOV 

CURRENT OS is ~240 Million as of May 20, 2014.  
Float is currently ~80 MIL as 51% of the OS is LOCKED UP by CEO and Co CEO and stockholders that we know of on IHUB






 

 

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#66360  Sticky Note *************EEDG: NEW DD********************* ImRyano 08/11/14 10:16:13 AM
#62800  Sticky Note Energy Edge Technologies Corporation to Acquire Slice of rainbow898 04/29/14 07:54:51 AM
#61162  Sticky Note Energy Edge Technologies (OTCQB:EEDG) Signs Lease For First CLAK 02/21/14 01:21:02 PM
#66617   Havent looked over here in a couple days. Pierrocks 08/20/14 12:00:05 PM
#66616   After you... Don 08/20/14 11:37:59 AM
#66615   Less than 1 million to clear .0015 Han2004fl 08/20/14 10:49:27 AM
#66612   DUDE, THE ONE THING THE CEO ISN'T IS hbhmb 08/20/14 12:09:16 AM
#66611   Dude hasn't done anything. Would could possibly have gainsfordays 08/19/14 05:16:38 PM
#66610   DAYS AGO...LOL BUT CEO IS LAZY. M0NEYMADE 08/19/14 05:08:58 PM
#66609   when is the 10Q supposed to be filed? gainsfordays 08/19/14 03:57:53 PM
#66608   I just hate it when MMs are playing Han2004fl 08/19/14 03:31:26 PM
#66607   Which was my point exactly... One can't assume Don 08/19/14 02:46:32 PM
#66606   We really don't know if MMs just put Han2004fl 08/19/14 02:41:57 PM
#66605   Seriously, questioning a MM showing the minimum lot Don 08/19/14 02:28:19 PM
#66604   Seriously 10K showing NITE .0013? Who the Han2004fl 08/19/14 02:25:43 PM
#66603   I have no doubt about that. Han2004fl 08/19/14 02:24:38 PM
#66602   I believe we will see pennies again, need spotter007 08/19/14 01:30:05 PM
#66601   what was that 10K at .0011 after a Han2004fl 08/19/14 01:02:46 PM
#66600   Same tune... different stock. :) GoodReward 08/19/14 12:58:02 PM
#66599   If this ever gets some love, then the Don 08/19/14 12:56:08 PM
#66598   Edging up... GoodReward 08/19/14 12:46:43 PM
#66597   Wish you had been successful. Can't PM you. dancingblonde 08/19/14 12:35:09 PM
#66596   Guess somebody has a guardian angel. That Sunnybank 08/19/14 06:37:23 AM
#66595   Why? Matholomule 08/19/14 04:53:11 AM
#66592   Tell that to the owners of the successful Sunnybank 08/18/14 10:36:21 PM
#66591   I thought that was how most places got Dan Simmons 08/18/14 07:56:40 PM
#66588   Yeah I live in a place in Washington buk199 08/18/14 03:15:50 PM
#66587   Humidity is the key ... then again, I Han2004fl 08/18/14 02:59:45 PM
#66586   Great point! low humidity is key, I spotter007 08/18/14 02:49:27 PM
#66585   I traveled ATL, NC,SC and TN. Rush hour spotter007 08/18/14 02:47:04 PM
#66584   Last post to you my friend and I buk199 08/18/14 01:44:40 PM
#66582   spotter, you and I know that the weather Han2004fl 08/18/14 01:25:07 PM
#66580   You are WRONG! Lived there myself, on average spotter007 08/18/14 01:18:58 PM
#66579   I have lived in ATL, you are WRONG. spotter007 08/18/14 01:17:28 PM
#66578   Or this big deal could be a deal Han2004fl 08/18/14 01:16:37 PM
#66576   Why are you picking a day here and Han2004fl 08/18/14 01:10:07 PM
#66575   Yep... when I used to live in WA Han2004fl 08/18/14 01:07:45 PM
#66574  Restored WRONG!!!!! DUDE IT'S 95 DEGREES THURS/FRIDAY WITH RAIN! M0NEYMADE 08/18/14 01:06:49 PM
#66573   Monthly average daily high and low temperatures for Han2004fl 08/18/14 12:59:44 PM
#66572   THANKS! I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE....BUT THANKS! M0NEYMADE 08/18/14 12:57:06 PM
#66571  Restored SEND ME A LINK PLS....ATLANTA IS OVER 100 M0NEYMADE 08/18/14 12:55:50 PM
#66570   I have been racking my brain in the Han2004fl 08/18/14 12:55:49 PM
#66569   R/S can_happen_Overnight on_a Stinky-Pinky-Pink like EEDG Sibware 08/18/14 12:53:21 PM
#66568   Yes, it's Checkers. It happens to be Han2004fl 08/18/14 12:35:47 PM
#66565   Checkers/rally's I don't remember who bought. Who out buk199 08/18/14 11:55:00 AM
#66564   Damn I feel so stupid!!! it took over buk199 08/18/14 11:47:31 AM
#66563   That's SOP for most dairy bars. retireat40 08/18/14 11:40:37 AM
#66562   As are 99% of these. No big surprise there... retireat40 08/18/14 11:39:27 AM
#66561   Many “Dairy Queens” have had outside ordering since Investoray 08/18/14 11:32:51 AM
#66560   Actually sir, you are quite wrong. My buddy's Optimystic 08/18/14 11:07:31 AM
#66559   Buk199 - thanks for sharing about your trip CLAK 08/18/14 10:49:42 AM
#66558   You posted something about Power Pizza, but I jderaney 08/18/14 10:27:43 AM
#66557   Yes but I really can't go into that buk199 08/18/14 10:19:52 AM
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