Co-owner Steve Abel, of Cheezee's in Dayton, Tenn., laughs with a customer, while cashier Jessica Freels waits on an order in the background. Abel and his nephew Kris Spengler, the new owners of the burger restaurant, kept the well-known name but renovated it with a classic black, red and white design.
Co-owner Steve Abel, of Cheezee's in Dayton, Tenn., laughs with a customer, while cashier Jessica Freels waits on an order in the background. Abel and his nephew Kris Spengler, the new owners of the burger restaurant, kept the well-known name but renovated it with a classic black, red and white design.
published Monday, March 11th, 2013
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Abel and Spengler kept the restaurant's popular name, which originated over 20 years ago under its previous ownership, to help with its recognition of having the basic menu and hometown familiarity. "It works," said Abel.

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