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Upcoming Trade Shows

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Texas Restaurant Association 7/14 – 7/15/19 Houston, TX George R. Brown Convention Center, Booth 522
AAMP 7/25 – 7/27/19 Mobile, AL Renaissance Mobil Riverview Plaza
TAMP 8/1 – 8/3/19 College Station, TX Calvary Court Hotel
Process Expo 10/8 – 10/11/19 Chicago, IL

The need for SAFER SAWS

Those in the meat processing industry know and understand the inherent dangers of band saws. Hollymatic and its engineering team have come up with a solution that raises the bar on worker safety. The Defender 4000 Band Saw uses state-of-the-art technology to see potential risk to the operator and stop the blade to avoid unnecessary injury and amputation. Continue reading »

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50 Year Old Hollymatic Machine Still Working Like It Did in 1966

There is no breaking with tradition at the Triple XXX Family Restaurant in West Lafayette, IN. Not in their legendary recipes or in their 119 year old root beer or in the way they’ve formed their award-winning burgers on a Hollymatic “Super” 54 Patty Former since 1966. The Triple XXX is an institution in the city that is home to Purdue University. The building’s traditional root beer colored orange and black stripes are iconic. It’s where students and locals rub shoulders in a 48-seat restaurant that has no tables – only counters. Patrons are welcome to order signature burgers named…

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Improving Upon Perfection

When you start with quality USDA choice native beef from a select purveyor like Davis Creeks, use top secret specs, time-tested aging techniques, and top it all off with melted garlic butter you’ve got the perfect sirloin. Right? Not if you’re the Brann brothers of Brann’s Steakhouse and Sports Grille. Tom, Mike, and Johnny Brann, as well as partner Tom Doyle, never stop searching for better ways to serve their customers. It’s in their genes. It all started in 1960 when John Brann, Sr. opened the first John Brann’s Steakhouse in Grand Rapids, MI. This is where the famous 8…

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