Three new locations in Alabama planned for restaurant chain
January 12, 2014 by James
Full Moon Bar-B-Que, a restaurant chain based in Birmingham, just north of Alabaster, recently announced that it plans to expand its locations to Dothan, Montgomery and Opelika in 2014 in a systematic and planned growth.
Along with the three new locations planned for this year, another three are on the drawing board for 2015. According to David Maluff, co-owner of Full Moon with his brother Joe, this is a growth rate that enables the restaurant to ensure the quality of its food and services is not sacrificed while at the same time allowing it to build a firm foundation and partner with good people.
Ken Maluff and Scott Maluff own the Opelika location and are planning to start construction in early 2014, as are Scott Applefield and Bryan Applefield who own the location on US 231 in Dothan. The manager of the Montgomery location, Chris Woodward, has plans to start construction of the restaurant in Chase Corner in the summer of 2014.
Maluff said that with these three new restaurants, Full Moon will have a total of 12 locations in Alabama. He added that there is a potential for a total of 20 to 25 restaurants in the entire state. At some point, he plans to expand the locations of Full Moon restaurants to Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida.
Restaurant owners like Maluff often turned to flyer printing to let the people in the respective communities become aware of the new outlets.