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  2. Contact Us | Arby's

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  3. Pine River Bucks Male Athlete was exceptional

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    LEROY – Phil Rigling was a unique three-sport athlete for the Pine River Bucks during the 2021-22 season. He was named by Pine River schools as the Bucks Male Athlete of the Year. Rigling completed his fourth year with the Bucks in cross country during the fall season and earned Highland all-conference honors.

  4. Pine River Bucks enjoyed Wanstead's talents - SFGATE

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    LEROY – Hailey Wanstead did basically all the right things in her career for the Pine River Bucks. Her coaches in cross country, basketball and track and field don’t know what they will do without their graduated athlete. Wanstead was the 2021-22 Pine River Bucks Female Athlete of the Year as ...

  5. Founded in 1964 by two brothers, Leroy and Forrest Raffel, Arby's restaurant has expanded to hundreds of locations across the United States. The chain is also joining forces with Grubhub.com to offer delivery of favorites like roast-beef sandwiches, Jamocha shakes, and curly fries, right to your front door.

  6. Common Fast-Food Myths That Just Aren't True - Ranker

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    The "R" and "B" that did lend themselves to the name actually come from Arby's founders, the Raffel brothers. Arby's began serving food in 1964 in Boardman, OH. Leroy and Forrest Raffel sold their sandwich for 69 cents - far more than a McDonald's burger that cost 15 cents - and knew that their customer base was going to be "a little more ...

  7. The Truth About Arby's Roast Beef - Mashed.com

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    Leroy and Forrest Raffel opened Arby's on July 23, 1964, says Business Wire. They did it at a time when everyone else was doing burgers, and their original menu of fresh-sliced roast beef was considered something completely out of the box. (Fun fact: those curly fries weren't added until the 1980s.)

  8. 11 Secrets Arby's Doesn't Want You to Know - Eat This Not That

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    Leroy and Forrest Raffel opened Arby's on July 23, 1964, according to Mashed. They did it at a time when fast food was new, and everyone was doing burgers, so their original menu of fresh-sliced roast beef was considered completely new.

  9. KPN - Wikipedia

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    In September 2019, KPN announced that Dominique Leroy will succeed Maximo Ibarra as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Management, with effect from 1 December 2019. Several weeks later, KPN withdrew her appointment. On 1 October 2019, Joost Farwerck was appointed as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Management. Operations

  10. Arby's Menu Prices (Updated July 2022)

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    The co-founders opened a sandwich shop in Boardman, Ohio. This shop served hot, freshly sliced roast beef sandwiches as fast as serving any burger. This restaurant initially served only roast beef sandwiches, potato chips, and soft drinks. The name “Arby’s” comes from the co-founders, the Raffel brothers, “RB”.

  11. 58 Fast Food Facts You Ought to Know | FactRetriever

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    In 1949, Forrest Raffel and his younger brother Leroy created a restaurant that sold roast beef sandwiches. They spelled out the initials “Raffel Brothers (RB) to create the name “Arby’s.” [7]