Major Rebrand Announced As 'PULLED! Enterprises Ltd' Takes Over 'Pappy's Traditional Smokehoose' Locations As Part Of A Growth Strategy

The highly popular and successful Scottish food brand 'Pappys Tradtional Smokehoose' has announced plans to have two existing locations taken over by a new and exciting American food outlet 'PULLED!'.

Having established a highly acclaimed reputation for fantastic food and top-level customer service, 'Pappy's Tradtional Smokehoose' has after careful thought and consideration, decided that a fresh and exciting American brand 'PULLED!' will take over the two locations at Rutherglen Diner and Orenises in Wishaw, South Lanarkshire, allowing Pappy's to concentrate on continuing to best serve their customer base from the Hamilton Restaurant premises.

'PULLED! Enterprises Ltd' are an exciting and forward thinking food company from the USA. Excited to be following in the footsteps of Pappy's, 'PULLED!' plan to launch a comprehensive new range of tantalising American smokehouse classic dishes. While introducing a brand new and authentic smokehouse menu to entice the public, the company has also completed the re-brand with investment in a state of the art smoker and recipe development.

Jordan Clements MD at 'PULLED!' Ent Ltd commented "Our considerable experience and expertise in providing outstanding food, while focusing on customer service and feedback will enable us to take the Pappy's locations to the next level. The introduction of PULLED! will see the current client base being offered something new and exciting. We'd like to take this opportunity to wish the team at Pappy's every success in their Hamilton venture and future growth."

In addition to the two existing locations, 'PULLED!' have also announced their intentions to open a third restaurant at Park Head in Glasgow. Offering a unique level of experience and expertise in the American food industry, combined with available investment capital, the 'PULLED!' brand are set to transform their locations to offer customers an exciting dining concept.