Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil is among the new members of the ownership team of fast-food franchise Quickee Burgers.
Neil joins boxing legend Mike Tyson, television and film star Ian Ziering, and Food & Beverage magazine founder Michael Politz in the venture, which currently has two locations in Las Vegas and plans to expand across the States.
"Quickee Burgers is committed to continuing the tradition of providing the busy and on-the-go customer with much faster and more efficient counter and drive-in services," Politz stated in a recent article. "We are proud to offer healthy hamburgers, shoestring fries and milkshakes that continue to out flavor even the finest restaurants in the country."
It’s the latest high-profile business venture for Neil, who is gearing up for the spring 2015 launch of Arena Football League team the Las Vegas Outlaws.
Neil and Motley Crue wrapped up the fall U.S. leg of their farewell tour last month; they currently have a 5-date Japanese tour planned for February, with shows set for Kobe, Nagoya, Tokyo and Fukuoka.
The group is expected to tour Europe and revisit the U.S. again next year before playing a final series of shows in Los Angeles in early 2016.
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