Speaking on Business: HB Boys
HB Boys is doing business in five Western States, with the headquarters in Salt Lake City, and has over 2,500 employees.
Dave Williams grew up working in the famous Idaho potato fields, where he learned the value of hard work. He put that work ethic to great use when he purchased three Burger King franchises in 1984 and has steadily grown his company, HB Boys, so it’s now a partnership with Gary Moore and is diversified with multiple franchises. They’re doing business in 5 Western States, with the headquarters in Salt Lake City, and have over 2,500 employees.
The latest business launch is supporting the new Salt Lake City Airport project, where they opened a convenience store and fueling center that includes Burger King and Costa Vida restaurants and a Beans and Brews coffeehouse. It will serve the park n wait lot, those returning a rental car or general airport traffic. The project has received strong support throughout the community and their grand opening had over 200 people attend. It represents one of the first business success stories for the new airport, scheduled to open in 2025.
HB Boys is operating under the Burger King, Beans and Brews and Costa Vida brands. 20 years ago HB Boys entered the convenience store business and this has been an important part of the company’s impressive growth. They operate 11 travel centers in Utah, Idaho and Nevada.
Visit online at www.hbboys.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.