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Sunday May 19th, 2019 3:09PM

Restaurant company building new corporate HQ in Georgia

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — The corporate parent of restaurant franchises including Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings is building a new headquarters in Georgia.

Gov. Nathan Deal's office said Atlanta-based Inspire Brands plans to invest $32 million in a new corporate hub in Sandy Springs. The governor's office says the move will bring more than 1,100 jobs to Sandy Springs, which like Atlanta is located in Fulton County.

Inspire Brands was founded in February as a multi-brand restaurant company. Its portfolio includes more than 4,600 Arby's, Buffalo Wild Wings and R Taco restaurants worldwide.

The company's headquarters is scheduled to open next year. Inspire Brands says it will serve as a "global hub" for the company and its restaurant brands.

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