Arby's

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Arby's Restaurant Group, Inc.
Type Private NASDAQSONC
Industry Restaurants
When it was created Boardman, Ohio (July 23, 1964)
Headquarters Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States
Key people Paul Brown (CEO)
George Condos (COO & ARG President)
Rob Lynch (CMO & Brand President)
Nils Okeson (Chief Administrative Officer & General Counsel)
David Pipes (CFO)
Things made Fast food
Money earned Green Arrow Up.svg $1.2637 billion USD (2007)[1]
Operating income Increase $ 9.4 million USD (2007)[1]
Net income Increase $ 16.1 million USD (2007)[1]
Website www.arbys.com

Arby's is an international chain of fast food restaurants started by Forrest and Leroy Raffel in 1964 in Boardman, Ohio. Arby's is well known for their roast beef sandwiches and their curly fries.[2]

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There are Arby's location all around the world:

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