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jannie122 - Mays not seeking re-election to Quincy School Board - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
There has been a lot of info about the school board election in the media. But, Are the same people that were on the Quincy Park Board running? Or, maybe that election isn't held at the same time the School Board Election? Sorry to see Jeff M. go, although I didn't agree with him all the time.
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What property of the city does Comsast use? The biggest chunk of property leased to them is probably Amerens power poles, unless they have buildings residing on city property that I am not aware of. the fee paid to the phone company is paid by whoever is leasing the line. If Adams provides DSL to a customer in quincy and they do not have any plant in the area but AT&T does Adams can rent the line…
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I think Ameren pays also. Maybe we should put up toll booth to enter city so we can tax the people from out of town for using our services. I guess we get them at the cash register but we pay that also
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If you guys and Mr Gough want to have a real convo why don't you ask Peters and the district how come my kids have to wear winter coats into the Qhs building and why we have so many problems out there with the new HVAC system!
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Soup restaurant to open in new Broadway strip mall

Soup restaurant to open in new Broadway strip mall

4 months, 3 weeks ago by Bryan Nichols

Zoup! will feature homemade soups, salads and sandwiches

To satisfy growing marketplace demand for high-quality, healthy and convenient dining options, Zoup! Fresh Soup Company franchisees Steve and Patti Bunch have signed a lease to open a Zoup! location in Quincy. The new restaurant, which is scheduled to open this fall, will be located in the Shoppes on Broadway at 3430 Broadway.

As an established brand throughout the United States and Canada – with more than 60 restaurants in 16 states/provinces – Zoup! is targeting Illinois as part of an overall expansion strategy.

"After an extensive two year search into various franchise concepts, Patti and I both fell in love with the Zoup! concept, culture and personal customer service standards and found it to be exactly what we’d been looking for in opening our first restaurant,” said Steve Bunch. “What separates Zoup! from all of the others is that it's not just another restaurant to eat at, Zoup! is to be experienced!  We are very excited to be bringing the high quality Zoup! brand to Quincy and look forward to serving its amazing soups and delicious sandwiches and salads to our community very soon.

Zoup! features hundreds of award-winning soup recipes with 12 rotating daily varieties, including low-fat, low-cal, vegetarian, dairy-free, and gluten-free options, all served with a hunk of freshly baked bread.

Customer favorites include Chicken Potpie, Lobster Bisque and Vegetarian Split Pea.  The menu also features made-to-order salads and sandwiches, and all menu items are available in convenient catering sizes for groups of 10 or more.

“In good times and bad, soup has powerful, intangible qualities that provide comfort and promote a genuine sense of well-being for many people,”

said Eric Ersher, Founder and CEO of Zoup! “We look forward to growing our brand and feeding the local appetite with the hand-crafted soups we all enjoy, but seldom have the time to make at home.”

In addition to its unique and diverse menu, Zoup! is built on a foundation of guiding principles called Zoup!isms. “Our Zoup!isms provide a framework for decision-making and help create a strong culture and brand image,”

Ersher explains. “They also dictate the brand’s uncompromisingly high standards and help guarantee the authenticity and quality of every pot, bowl and cup served.”

*About Zoup!*

Founded in 1998, Zoup! is the leading fast-casual soup concept restaurant that is defining the category with its premium and proprietary soups and other recipes. A dining experience that features 12 always-rotating soup varieties each day in an environment that focuses on comfort, satisfaction and convenience, Zoup! has grown its network of franchises to 68 restaurants throughout the District of Columbia, Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Virginia, and Ontario, Canada.

For more information, visit www.zoup.com or www.zoupfranchise.com.


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