Videos: 300 pound
Duration: 238 Author: Matt Poe
Champion Powerlifter Matt Poe presses the 16ft long, 255 pound Albino Burmese Python over his head for a total lift of 300 pounds on October 13, 2013 at the PETCO in Lebanon, Tennessee. Ernie "The SnakeHunter" Lanier owns the snake which is one of the top ten biggest albino pythons in the world. The snakes name is Dolly.Matt Poe now holds the world record for a non-albino burmese and albino burmese pythons being pressed over head (367 pounds and 300 pounds respectively---includes a 67 pound and 45 pound lifting bar).
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|Fate||Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Most locations became Hardee's.|
|Founded||Norcross, Georgia, 1978|
|Founder||Doug Sheley, Jeffrey Miller|
Number of locations
|Products||Hamburgers, French fries, salad, frozen yogurt|
D'Lites of America was an American fast food chain based in Norcross, Georgia. It was known for serving fast food with a higher emphasis on nutrition. It featured reduced-calorie dishes, including hamburgers made with lean beef, high-fiber buns, and low-calorie cheese. The chain also served a vegetarian sandwich, frozen yogurt, sparkling apple juice, and light beer.
It was founded in 1978 by Doug Sheley and Jeffrey Miller. The first franchises opened in 1983. By 1985, more than 100 stores were opened.
The chain stopped franchising in 1986 and closed several stores. By year's end, it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In 1987, ninety percent of the remaining company-owned stores were sold to Hardee's and were soon rebranded as Hardee's. A few D'Lites restaurants remain, but they are under new ownership and have been renamed to avoid infringement of the D'Lites name.
According to FIU Hospitality Review, the chain's closure was due to other chains such as McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's beginning to offer healthier sides such as salads and baked potatoes, as well as D'Lites' buying back of several unsuccessful franchise locations.See also
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