COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., May 6, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Southern Hospitality Development Corporation (OTCQB:RIBS), a developer of southern, Memphis style barbeque restaurants, today announced it has received approval from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to change the parent company name to Smokin Concepts Development Corporation, effective May 3, 2013.
The name change more accurately aligns the company's ambition to develop a management services stream of revenue with outside brands while maintaining their focus on developing Southern Hospitality restaurants in urban markets across the U.S. The first franchised location opened in Denver, Colorado in early 2013. Planned Southern Hospitality restaurant locations include Austin and San Diego.
The Southern Hospitality brand features classic Memphis style barbeque, regional barbeque favorites, twists on traditional southern dishes, sandwiches, salads and mouthwatering desserts. The restaurant boasts a Bourbon Room with the largest selection of bourbons and whiskeys in the area, a wine list to challenge the finer restaurants in town, many beer choices, and a full bar with the most talented bartenders at the ready.
About Southern Hospitality
Southern Hospitality restaurants, created jointly by friends Eytan Sugarman, Justin Timberlake, and Trace Ayala, strive to provide guests with fresh, high quality southern inspired food complimented with an appealing selection of popular micro-brews and an extensive variety of bourbons, in a hip and high energy environment. We believe "Southern Hospitality" is a quality so genuine that we chose it as our philosophy when it comes to how we build our restaurants, prepare our dishes and service our guests. We look forward to welcoming you to Southern Hospitality in our warm, friendly and generous style. When you're here, you're home!
For more information, please visit www.shdcrestaurants.com.
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CONTACT: Steve Cominsky, CEO 303-815-2329 email@example.comSource:Southern Hospitality Development Corporation