Bankruptcy filing not affecting local Village Inn restaurants | Business – Local News



An exterior view of the Village Inn restaurant in Waterloo.

WATERLOO — The recent bankruptcy filing of Village Inn’s parent company is not causing any of the local restaurants to close.

American Blue Ribbon Holdings filed for Chapter 11 reorganization Jan. 27, according to numerous media accounts. As part of the process, the Nashville, Tenn., company is closing 33 locations nationwide.

“Rest assured, our restaurants in Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Dubuque, and Fort Dodge are doing ‘just fine,’” Village Inn franchise owner Scott Boyer said in a news release. The restaurants are located at 6319 University Ave. in Cedar Falls and 212 W. Ridgeway Ave. in Waterloo.

Boyer, president of the local franchise since 2001, said restaurants affected are owned and operated by the parent company. Media reports say a total of…


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