RCI Announces All 10 Bombshells in Texas to Open; Some Other Locations for In-Store Dining

Apr 29, 2020 9:00 AM

HOUSTON, April 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- RCI Hospitality Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: RICK) today announced subsidiaries plan to open all 10 Bombshells restaurant locations in Texas this week and next in line with the Governor's most recent executive order regarding Phase 1 of reopening the state's economy, which calls for 25% occupancy as well as other guest and employee safety measures.

Five Bombshells will open this Friday, May 1, at 11 AM CT. They are Pearland, US 59, Katy, and I-10 East in the Houston area, and the location in Dallas. The other five are planned to open Thursday, May 7. RCI also announced subsidiaries plan to open several other locations in Texas for in-store dining purposes. If Texas proceeds to Phase 2 of its reopening plans on May 18th, which calls for 50% occupancy, RCI anticipates opening the rest of its 33 Texas locations.

"We're excited to do our part to test the waters and help slowly, safely and responsibly reopen the Texas economy," said Eric Langan, RCI President & CEO. "The cooks, wait staff and managers at these locations are eager to get back to work and start earning again for their families. Our subsidiaries plan to do this while following safe standards for the protection of guests and employees."

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