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Hooters Starts Delivery Services In Hopes To Appeal To Embarrassed Costumers

The restaurant Hooters has long been known for wings and women, however the branch has recently made an effort to appeal to costumers who aren't comfortable with a sexualized environment while eating dinner.

Via Hot New Hip Hop:

Speaking with The New York Post, Chief Executive Terry Marks notes how "many people wouldn’t step foot in our restaurants, but they want our product." Marks is convinced that "delivery [solves] the polarizing issue the brand has had," as most people may be a little hesitant to actually enter the restaurant because of its hyper-sexualized image, and the types of crowds these establishments usually attract.

Hot New Hip Hop also reported that the company will be using 3rd party delivery services such as UberEats and Grubhub, so when ordering your wings don't assume a Hooters girl will show up on your doorstep.