Woody’s Bar-B-Q Opening In Red Deer, Alberta

Date: OCT 9th, 2014

Topic: Franchise News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Woody’s Canada President Dan Masters is pleased to announce that they will be opening a location October 6th in the Quality Inn North Hill.

Local franchise owner C.V.Parameshwaran is very excited to be able to bring Woody’s franchise opportunity to Red Deer and invites all his friends and everyone in the area to his restaurant to eat the way they do in the south.

Local residents know C.V. as an experienced hospitality professional who has been involved in many community events over the years.

Started over thirty years ago in Jacksonville Florida, Woody’s Franchise has grown to be one of the premier Barbeque chains in North America.

According to Masters “The response we have had so far in Canada has been overwhelming. Woody’s is the only national Southern Barbeque franchise chain in Canada. This is real Southern Barbeque slowly smoked using traditional methods. I was a customer of Woody’s in the south prior to acquiring the Canadian rights and if anyone serves a better product than what we will offer Canadians I haven’t found it”

Woody’s offers full service dining, take-out and catering. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Woody’s features an assortment of beer, wine and alcoholic beverages.

Woody’s new all you can eat wings for $10 on Mondays has been a big hit at all Woody’s locations across Canada. Masters stated “we smoke our wings as a first step in the cooking process which gives them a unique amazing flavour even before we add the sauce or rub the customer has ordered”

In 1980, Woody and Yolanda Mills set out to create a Bar-B-Q restaurant where the meat melted in your mouth, the coleslaw was so fresh you'd think it was mixed at your table, and the authentic Bar-B-Q flavored beans were the best you'd ever had. So with their passion for Bar-B-Q and a dog-eared collection of homemade recipes, they went on to create a dining experience in the tradition of the South's great hometown Bar-B-Q shacks. It's the kind of Bar-B-Q you and your family can call, well, your Bar-B-Q.