Six Juici Patties stores for opening

Camex Restaurants Inc., Franchisee of Church’s Chicken, Mario’s Pizza and Quiznos proudly announces the opening of their fourth Franchise, Juici Patties from Jamaica.

A release from Guyenterprise yesterday said that the Juici Patties chain of stores is one of the most popular fast food brands with a total of fifty stores across Jamaica.

The release said that the company is even more thrilled to be opening not just the first, but six Juici Patties stores countrywide with more stores planned in the very near future.

The six Juici Patties stores  will include the new location at Vreed-en-Hoop, Camp Street, Hinck Street, Parika, Linden and Bartica.  These locations will all open their doors to the public over the next few days, the release said.

The official opening of Juici Patties Guyana will take place on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at their brand new location at Lot 3 Plantation Vreed-en-Hoop.

 

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