DANBURY, Conn., May 22 // PRNewswire // -- Famous Uncle Al's Hot Dogs & Grille, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: FDOG) announced that two of its Virginia restaurants have won the "Best of Category" for serving the best hot dogs in their area.
The original Famous Uncle Al's Hot Dogs location in Virginia Beach, VA has won the "Best of the Beach" award in the best hot dog category for the 13th time. The designation was awarded by the Virginia Pilot Newspaper after compiling votes from consumers.
The Famous Uncle Al's Hot Dogs & Grille franchised location in Chesapeake, VA won "Best of Chesapeake" in the best hot dog category. This designation was also awarded by the Virginia Pilot newspaper after voting by consumers.
President Dean Valentino said; "Even though we are used to the original store winning in this category it is still exciting when we get the news. We are very proud of the Chesapeake Famous Uncle Al's restaurant for winning its first "Best of Chesapeake" designation! We strive to make each of our restaurants the best, no matter where it located."
Famous Uncle Al's Hot Dogs & Grille started franchising restaurants after 20 years of successful privately owned restaurants. The chain operates restaurants in Virginia, Connecticut, Florida, Nevada, Arizona and soon Ohio.
Director of Marketing, Richard Michael stated, "These kinds of awards are particularly meaningful to us because the winners are determined by the consumers. We are dedicated to serving the best quality grilled hot dogs and other quality products to our customers."
The company continues to interview qualified regional franchisees (area developers). Interested parties may contact the company at (866) 910-3107 or at http://www.fdoginc.com.
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SOURCE Famous Uncle Al's Hot Dogs & Grille, Inc.