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George Webb RestaurantsGreenfield, WI
  • 9 to $14 Hourly
  • Immediate part time and full time openings for servers and cooks on all shifts at a new location reopening in Greenfield at 48th and Forest Home. Flexible hours and opportunities for all no experience necessary we will train.
  • Our staff makes $9 - $14 per hour in wages and tips.
  • Apply now for an interview
  • Company Overview Since the late 40â s, George Webb Restaurants has perfected the art of being a friend in the neighborhood to thousands of people spanning every age and economic group.
  • Weâ ve built the loyalty of these friends by meeting a universal need: serving good food at value prices 24 hours a day.
  • There really was a George Webb!
  • In May of 1948, George opened his first hamburger parlor on the corner of Ogden and Van Buren Streets, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • It all started as a family business, with George, his wife Evelyn and their three sons; Jim, Tom and Bob all working in the restaurant.
  • George Webbâ s legendary tom-foolery and gimmicks have entertained diners for years.
  • Along with his hamburgers, soups and chili, George Webb was famous for his senseless signs that read Free rabbit lunch tomorrowâ
  • silly offers to pay $10.00 for 1,893 pennies and the two clocks that hang side-by-side on the wall in every restaurant.
  • George Webb always had good old-fashioned fun up his sleeves.
  • To get around a city ordinance that banned establishments from being open 24 hours a day, he announced that â George Webb Restaurants are open 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds, seven days a week and on Sundays!
  • In 1953, Jim Webb became the first franchise owner, when George Webb suggested to his son that he take over one of the restaurants.
  • Not long after, in 1957, Milwaukee lost an incredible entrepreneur when George Webb passed away.
  • His son Jim took over the company and served as president during a strong growth period from the 1960â s through the early 1980â s.
  • In 1985, Jim sold the chain in 1985 to Dave Stamm.
  • Dave was a franchisee with the company and has over 30 years experience with our organization.
  • Another famous George Webb tradition that continues today is his famous baseball prediction.
  • Starting in the 1940â s with the Brewer teams of the American Association, and through the Bravesâ
  • stay in Milwaukee, George Webb predicted our team would win 12 straight games.
  • It was speculated for many years that if the team would achieve the lucky streak, George Webb would give away free hamburgers.
  • The prediction continued in the 1970â s and 1980â s with the major league Brewers, and on April 19, 1987, the Brewers won 12 straight games.
  • Three days and 168,194 hamburgers later, the payoff was fulfilled to thrilled George Webb customers and Brewer fans alike.
  • Although the team has not repeated this feat since 1987, they have come close several times, while Wisconsinites continue to support the team toward making the prediction come true.
  • Through the years George Webb has changed from a simple lunch counter operation to a full-service family restaurant, offering made-to-order favorites such as breakfast fare, hamburgers, sandwiches, soups, George Webbâ s famous chili and our Premium Blend coffee.
  • A large part of the companyâ s success is credited to our franchise owners, a dedicated group of operators who currently own and operate 80% of the restaurants.
  • These folks continue to entertain the spirit of our founder, George Webb, and his values about the importance of C.Q.C. â
  • courtesy, quality and cleanliness.
  • 7 other people applied to this job.

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