"Undercover Boss" Special Catches Up with Coby Brooks and his New View at Twin Peaks
May 14, 2013 // Franchising.com // DALLAS – Coby Brooks, President and CEO of La Cima Restaurants, LLC, and the largest franchise operator of Twin Peaks, will be featured on the season finale of CBS’s hit reality show “Undercover Boss” Friday, May 17.
In this special episode called “Undercover Boss: Epic Bosses,” and featuring the most unforgettable bosses from all four seasons of the Emmy award-winning series, Brooks will catch up with the show on what he’s been up to since his episode aired in 2010 when he was president and CEO of Hooters of America and discuss his move from Hooters to Twin Peaks.
“We want to congratulate Coby on being selected for the ‘Epic Bosses’ episode,” said Randy DeWitt, CEO of Twin Peaks. “In 2011 he made the decision to leave Hooters for the bigger and more Scenic Views at Twin Peaks. We are thrilled to have him as a partner.”
Since appearing on Undercover Boss, Brooks signed an agreement to open 35 Twin Peaks locations across Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Tennessee. To date he’s opened three Twin Peaks, including the first Mega Peaks location at 14,000 square feet, 60 HD televisions and more than 100 Twin Peaks Girls.
All Twin Peaks restaurants will host watch parties for the special episode on Friday, May 17, airing at 7 p.m. CST and 8 p.m. EST. More information, including Twin Peaks locations and franchise information is available at TwinPeaksRestaurant.com.
About Twin Peaks
Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon to meet the needs of an untapped market, Twin Peaks features high-quality food and ice cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sports lodge setting. Twin Peaks was named a "2010 Hot Concept!" by Nation's Restaurant News and among Restaurant Business magazine’s 2011 “Future 50” concepts and 2013’s Top “Social Media 50” brands. The national chain has more than 30 locations throughout Arizona, Louisiana, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
SOURCE Twin Peaks