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    Hooters Women

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    Hooters, one of the most iconic restrains in America started out in 1983 on April Fools' Day, by six friends all who had business expires but yet no experience in the restaurant industry. The resining for creating Hooters was so that the six friend’s had a place they could go to without having to worry that they would get kicked out. Hooters started off extremely slow but after some good publicity the company took off. In 1984 the original owners, who had formed Hooters, sold expansion and franchise

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    Hooters Stereotypes

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    my preconceptions, my overall experience in Hooters vastly differed to what I had expected. As I had foreseen, all staff were young females. However, they wore different types of uniform. Waitresses wore low cut tank tops. With the store logo stretched across their breasts, this notion supports the innuendo for the title ‘Hooters’. In dissimilarity, the counter staff wore t-shirts; placing no emphasis on their bust. In response to my ignorance, Hooters is a family restaurant. Families made up the

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    Hooters Hooters is known for its food and wings; beer, sports, and, most of all, its Hooters Girls. Hooters mission is to “provide guests a unique, entertaining dining experience in a fun and casual atmosphere delivered by attractive, vivacious Hooters Girls” (Mission, n.d.). Hooters values creating positive experiences, recognizing its team members, guests, and its communities; happiness, respect, feedback, and exceeding expectations (Our Values, n.d.). Hooters operates 420 restaurants in 42 states

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    group presentation, we chose the business Hooters. I Personally have never been to Hooters before. But I have learned a lot of good qualities about this company. Most people when they think of Hooters they think of the girls. Some people don 't like the idea of the Hooter girls and some people are biased about it. Waitresses dress unique with a tight white tank top with their logo and tight orange spandex shorts. Causing many people to refuse the eat at Hooters cause of the “sex appeal” look they broadcast

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    Hooters Women Analysis

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    one thinks of “ideal” or “beautiful” the women that work at the restaurant, ‘Hooters’ may come to mind. Hooters is known to having attractive women serve food with form fitting clothes on. The slogan for the restaurant is, “At Hooters, you'll find craveable food and wings, cold beer, sports, and of course, Hooters Girls.” The women that work there are automatically stereotyped as proven in their slogan as being “Hooters girls”. When one thinks of women, they are often categorized into either skinny

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    The restaurant I am evaluating is Hooters. They’re hours are 11 am-11pm every day of the week. The reason I am evaluating this restaurant is because I like going there, and a lot of people go , I want to see how the service is, how the food is and other reasons also. Hooters is a Dine in restaurant, with a variety of foods, and beverages, they also serve alcohol, and that makes a lot of customers happy. Hooters was incorporated in Clearwater,Florida, on April 1, 1983, by six businessmen, they're

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    Hooters Vs Convery

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    Would this case between Hooters and Smith, and Convery be considered discrimination given the information provided? My answer would have to be no, by reviewing this scenario no laws were ever violated under any acts of discrimination towards their treatment. These woman merely stated this is what happened, but Hooters has denied their claim stating they never told these girls anything to this effect. Convery claims that she is being discriminated against because of not just her weight, but also because

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    lawsuit against the very well known restaurant chain Hooters. Hooters is notorious for their hot wings and their wait staff composed of mainly attractive young women. The primary component of the company’s image revolves around the “Hooter girls” who are required to wear extremely revealing outfits. The waitresses are expected to wear tiny orange nylon shorts, pantyhose and a white tank top with “Hootie the Owl” logo on it. The two former Hooter waitresses claimed that they were discriminated against

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    Male Hooters Case

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    Male Hooters employees sue restaurant alleging sexual harassment Published March 03, 2016 FoxNews.com Facebook Twitter livefyre Email Two male employees of the original breastaurant have come forward alleging they were sexually harassed on the job. (Reuters) Hooters may be best known for its buxom waitresses and famous wings but two former male employees have filed a lawsuit alleging their male boss sexually harassed them for years. ADVERTISEMENT P.J. Cagnina and Scott Peterson filed a lawsuit Tuesday

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    Hooters is a restaurant that has targeted a mostly male customer base. Research discovered “Hooters was appropriately incorporated on April Fool’s Day, 1983, when six businessmen with absolutely no previous restaurant experience got together and decided to open a place they couldn’t get kicked out of. The restaurant would combine their favorite manly finger foods with the 50’s and 60’s music they felt best exemplified a happy, nostalgic time in most Americans’ memories” (Hooters, n.d). The major

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