Danhof, Gary Philip 2003-05-05

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Gary Philip Danhof is a local restaurant owner. He reminisces about his life growing up as well as family life and business life. This interview was about businesses in the area.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Gary Philip Danhof

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Date: May 05, 2003

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Justin Wyrick

Length: 00:42:58


Introduction; Background; Growing up 1960s-1970s; Restaurant business; Female superiors; Experiencing the world and different cultures; Trips around the world; Involved in the community; “A people business”; Main focus in the restaurant; Renewing the five year contract; Retiring at 55 years old in Lubbock; Raising the family; Born and raised…; School district children attended; Memorable experiences in the restaurant business; Technology/computers in the restaurant business; Texas Roadhouse; Investment; Chilis Restaurant; Restaurant Business; Dallas area; Demand for employees; Hiring: summers, graduating students, etc.; “95% restaurant business deals with college students”; Andy’s Outreach-program; “Attention to detail”; Lubbock; Easy to do business in Lubbock; Meet customer’s needs; Economy; Competition; Stable now, will improve in the future.

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