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In 1984, Sack gained the New England franchise rights for Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar Restaurants, and in 1986 opened the first Applebee’s in the New England area in Newton, Massachusetts. In October, 1994, Sack merged his company (on a pooling of interest basis) with Applebee’s International, Inc., the franchisor. At the time of the merger, Sack’s company, Pub Ventures of New England, Inc., operated 14 Applebee’s restaurants in three New England States and had two under construction. Upon completion of the merger, Sack became the Executive Vice President of Applebee’s International, Inc. and joined the company’s board of directors. He is a former member of several other restaurant chains.
About Sunovia Energy Technologies, Inc.
All EvoLucia products offer highly energy efficient, durable, commercial-grade LED lighting for outdoor applications, including parking garages, streets/highways, parking lots, landscaping and more. The company’s award winning cobra head and shoe box fixtures employ EvoLucia’s proprietary, patent-pending Aimed Optics™ technology, which increases light levels and visibility by strategically directing light to the target area. EvoLucia fixtures require 50%-80% less energy than traditional lighting, and last for approximately 12 years without maintenance.
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