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How Do You Roll? inks development deal for Washington D.C. area; 25 new locations to roll out over the next 8 years

How Do You Roll? has inked a deal with Raj Patel of the Mid-Atlantic Restaurant Group, LLC to develop the Washington D.C., Maryland, Delaware and northern Virginia area. 293 more words

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How to Stay Healthy & Fit During the Holidays

Since we strive to help keep our customers healthy with our sushi and other menu items,  we wanted to give you some advice on how to make good decisions this holiday season! 1,420 more words

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Henri Girl offers Gainesville's fierce females unique, affordable fashions

Henri Girl brings West Coast unique cutting edge style with the latest trends at affordable prices to our small town of Gainesville.

Aside from the self-proclaimed empowering fashions for “fierce females,” Henri Girl strives to provide customers with fabulous, unique fashions that inspire and won’t expire. 283 more words

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How Do You Roll? celebrates relocation: Custom sushi shop moves into redesigned space

Austin, Texas (Nov. 6, 2013) –How Do You Roll? at the Arbor Walk Shopping Center will host a 

private Sneak Peek event this Sunday to celebrate its relocation. 231 more words

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How Do You Roll? rolls into Canada: Custom sushi shop signs 30 unit master franchise deal

Austin, Texas (October 16, 2013) – How Do You Roll? has signed a development agreement for 30 units in Western Canada. This will be the first international expansion for the custom sushi shop. 180 more words

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How Do You Roll? celebrates 5 years with all items $5 or less

 Austin, Texas (October 14, 2013) – How Do You Roll? will celebrate 5 years of serving up freedom of choice and individual expression this month by offering all menu items at $5 or less. 193 more words

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How Do You Roll? continues to roll out the sushi revolution; New development agreements add 70 units in 10 years

Austin, Texas (September 18, 2013)— How Do You Roll? is on a roll again, recently penning several development agreements adding 70 total units over the next 10 years. 170 more words

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