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Roadsters Continued from page 32 drinks. More than just a place to eat, Roadsters has the type of atmos- phere where its patrons can have a fun and memorable experience, Said Courtney. The menu features Roasters' own original creations, she said. Although they're keeping much of the menu a surprise, Courtney said selections like the "Fat Daddy", a customized over-sized sandwich, as well as creatc-Jlt)ur-own pizzas, nachos and salads will be offered. I Financial Continued from page 32 to come. Merrill Lynch has rec- Home-baked breads, sauces and signature desserts are also among the selections. Roadsters will also include an extensive kids menu as well. The Roadsters menu will be rea- sonably .priced, too. Price range of any menu item will not exceed $12, said Courtney. General manager Jeff Catts will oversee the day-to-day operation of Roadsters. Catts comes from an extensive background in food service management, after work- ing at Grotto Pizza for six years, and as art assistant manager at The Roadhouse for the past six months. ognized these tremendous benefits by forming an alliance with com- munity foundations across the country to allow clients to partici- pate in these philanthropic funds. Plan for charitable gifts. Con- FSMHI elects officers; Class president Stevan D. Class, sales manager of Colonial East in Rehoboth has been elected president of The First State Manufactured Housing Institute for 1997. Other officers are Terri Rock, general manager of Community Man- agement, Inc. in Laurel, Andrew Strine, vice-president, Investors Real- ty in Wilmington was elected treasurer and Larry Clifford, director of communications for Tunnell Communities in Long Neck was elected secretary. Directors elected for 1997 are "Irish Edwards, property manager, Wa- terford, Bear; Marion Fetterman, vice-president, Reybold Homes, Newark; Michael Ginsberg, vice-president, Larry's Homes, Inc..; Smyr- na; Greg Moore, PE, Becker, Morgan, Moore, Olds & Richter, Dover; Kim Riggs, general manager, Maple Square MHP, Newark; Terry Strine, presiden L Investors Realty, Wilmington; David Webb, presi- dent, Mobile Gardens, Inc., Seaford; and Dan Dugan, district marketing manager, Schult Homes, Elkton, Md. "I'm really excited to be here," said Catts. "With the originality of the food, people will come in for something different. I think it's going to take off from the get- go." The Jan. 6 opening will only be a soft opening. Roadsters is plan- ning its Grand Opening festivities for sometime in the next few weeks, said Courtney. "We're going to openup a little slow, and work everything through in order to give every- body a great product," she said. 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