A&W Restaurants

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A&W Restaurants, Inc.
Type Wholly owned subsidiary
Industry Fast food
When it was created Lodi, California, United States (1919 (1919))
People who started it Roy W. Allen
Frank Wright
Headquarters Lexington, Kentucky[1], United States
Number of locations about 1,200
Area served 16 countries and territories
Things made Hot dogs, root beer, cheese curds, hamburgers, chicken
Parent A Great American Brand LLC
Website www.awrestaurants.com

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A&W Restaurants are a chain of fast food restaurants distinguished by its draft root beer and root beer floats. A&W was actually the first successful franchise company: the franchises began around 1921 in California. The company identity was taken from the surnames of partners Roy W. Allen and Frank Wright. The menu of this restaurant includes though is not limited to hamburgers, french fries and hot dogs. The restaurant has many places all over the world as well as the United States.

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