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Huntersville Groucho's ® Deli Gives Back 100% To Charity

JD Gibbs, President of Joe Gibbs Racing and his wife Melissa have partnered with Groucho's Deli to give back!

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C., March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Groucho's of Huntersville is owned by JD Gibbs and his wife Melissa. Melissa is a native of Columbia, SC where Groucho's Deli originated in 1941, and she introduced her family to the "Groucho's Famous" subs and sauces she grew up craving. Groucho's was equally well received by JD and their four boys and they went out of their way to visit Groucho's restaurants whenever possible. The idea to open a Groucho's of their own arose from a desire to create a successful business to provide ongoing revenue for local non-profit organizations. 100% of all proceeds generated by Groucho's Deli of Huntersville will be donated to several local charities close to the heart of the Gibbs family and others that will be rotated on a quarterly basis. They hope that customers will embrace the idea of giving back to their community while enjoying the best specialty subs, sandwiches, and salads the South has to offer! 

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"What could be easier or more rewarding than enjoying a delicious meal while effortlessly making a donation to a worthy cause?" said Melissa Gibbs.  "And with food this good, why eat anywhere else?!"

Groucho's Deli of Huntersville opened its doors March 10, 2014 and will host its "Grand Opening" on Monday, March 17, 2014.  This new location will be open Monday thru Saturday 11am-9pm, and on Sundays for private parties.  For more information on Groucho's Deli of Huntersville and the charities it serves, visit www.grouchos.com/huntersville.  

About Groucho's® Deli

Since the 1940s, Groucho's Deli has established its reputation by serving its high quality meats and cheeses on trademarked subs and salads with famous dressings (Formula 45 Sauce™), Original Potato Salad and Cole Slaw.

Third generation family owned and operated by the founders grandson Bruce Miller, Groucho's Franchise Systems has a growing total of 27 open locations in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia and is ranked on prestigious Entrepreneur magazine's 35th annual Franchise 500® list.

The "Groucho's Gives Back" concept is a key component of each Groucho's Deli Franchised location.  Groucho's Franchise Systems emphasizes the desire for each unit to engage and support its local community.

For more information on Groucho's® Deli Franchise Systems visit www.grouchos.com.

Media Contact: Cindy Sutton, Franchise Consulting & Services Corp, 704-562-8705, [email protected]

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