King of Ta-Tas. Dead.

Bob Brooks, founder of Hooters, has died.

Robert H. Brooks, 69, founder of the Hooters restaurant chain, died Sunday morning at his home in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The cause of death was not known, said Mike McNeil, vice president of marketing for the Atlanta-based Hooters of America Inc., the operator and franchiser of Hooters.
Brooks, who formerly lived in metro Atlanta for 30 years, flew to Atlanta every week to oversee his two companies, Hooters of America and Naturally Fresh Inc.
Brooks is survived by his wife Tami; son Coby, 37; and daughter Boni Belle, 7.

Dude has a seven year old daughter? All hail Pfizer!

2 comments

  1. Demonbeck says:

    As a sign of respect for Mr. Brooks, I think we should all go to Hooters today. Not to enjoy their wonderful waitstaff, mind you, merely as a show of respect to a business leader with wonderful foresight.

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