Owner of Four Applebee’s Restaurants in Chester County Wins Statewide Award

The Rose Group, which owns four Applebee’s restaurants in Chester County, has won a Restaurant Neighbor Award for its community fundraising.

In Chester County, it’s much more than a slogan. One of America’s favorite neighborhood grills and bars just proved its commitment to the community around.

The Rose Group, owner of four Applebee’s restaurants in Chester County, just won a coveted 2017 Restaurant Neighbor Award from the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association, according to a report in the Daily Local News.

The National Restaurant Association honor celebrated The Rose Group’s Applebee’s as restaurants that exemplify the industry’s philanthropic spirit, in large part due to its Flapjack Fundraisers and the local partnership with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.

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“We are proud to recognize these outstanding state winners of the 2017 Restaurant Neighbor Award,” said PRLA President and CEO John Longstreet. “Pennsylvania’s restaurants serve their communities every day, and our state winners reflect that commitment to community.”

The Rose Group runs Applebee’s in West Chester, Thorndale, Kennett Square, and Lionville. It will now advance to the national competition.

Read more about the Restaurant Neighbor Award for Applebee’s in the Daily Local News here.


Top photo credit: jeffmgrandy Mount Kisco Applebee’s via photopin (license)

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