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Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.

Franchising will make Teddy's Bigger Burgers bigger

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is becoming a franchise.

The locally owned 1950s-style burger joint hasn’t opened a new store since 2004.

“We held off store development and we froze everything for a year-and-a-half and worked on getting our franchise package together, which includes international and corporate store development,” said owner Richard Stula.

Teddy’s has three locations on Oahu — Waikiki, Kailua and Hawaii Kai.

Stula said he plans to open up to six more stores on Oahu and eventually branch out to the Neighbor Islands, a few Mainland states and even Japan.

He said he’s eyeing locations in West Oahu and hopes to have the first two of the new stores open by the end of the year and the rest completed by the end of 2008.

Teddy’s first opened in 1998 on Monsarrat Avenue. That site eventually closed to make way for a move to a bigger store on Kapahulu Avenue.

Teddy’s was one of PBN’s Fastest 50 Growing Companies in 2004.