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February 2, 2004
IHOP advertising wins award NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Glendale-based IHOP Corp. announced Friday that it has received honors for its advertising campaign, "Come hungry. Leave happy." The company received a bronze medallion at the 2004 Awards for Advertising and Marketing Effectiveness. The campaign, developed by advertising agency McCann-Erickson, was launched in 2003 as part of IHOP's revitalization strategy targeting family dining. Local tapped for national real-estate firm LA CRESCENTA -- La Crescenta resident Michael C. Weiss has been named managing director of the Financial Services Group for Studley, a national commercial real-estate firm.
December 29, 2001
Tim Willert The Glendale Rose Float Assn. hosted a reception Friday night for major contributors to the float's fund-raising effort. The reception took place at the site where volunteers are putting the finishing touches on the city's entry in Tuesday's Tournament of Roses Parade. The city's entry is a re-creation of the landmark Bob's Big Boy Restaurant that was a popular hangout of Glendale-area teens in the 1950s. As many as 300 people were expected to attend Friday's event, during which guests were treated to guided tours of the Pasadena warehouse where more than a dozen floats -- including the city and IHOP Corp.
March 13, 2010
An A1 article on Friday titled ?Students rally for teachers? incorrectly identified the student body president. Her name is Audria Amirian, not Sara Amirian. ? A Thursday A1 article titled, ?IHOP against health reform? inaccurately stated a White House perspective on bills being considered in Congress. The bills would not require businesses to buy health insurance for their employees, according to the White House. Businesses with 50 or more workers would, however, be required to pay a fee for each employee who chooses to buy insurance through a government ?
October 27, 2003
IHOP boosts third quarter profits GLENDALE -- The Glendale-based IHOP Corp. has reported an increase in its third-quarter income compared to the same period a year ago. The corporation announced Thursday a 12.3% increase in its third-quarter net income to $11 million, or 51 cents per share. Last year, during the same period, income was $9.8 million. For the year up to Sept. 30, the company reported a 3.2% decrease of net income to $28 million, compared with a net income from the same nine-month period last year.
August 2, 2010
DineEquity shares fall on lower profits Glendale-based DineEquity Inc., parent company of Applebee's and Glendale-based IHOP restaurant chains, reported lower quarterly profits last week. Its shares fell as much as 13%, the company reported. The company has been struggling with declining sales, and it does not expect a significant improvement this year, the company said. DineEquity has been paying down debt and selling restaurants to franchisees as it tries to turn around its Applebee's business.
December 28, 2010
2010 was quite a year from where I sat. During the last 12 months, I satiated myself with a number of editorial nuggets. I discovered the incredible Sedthee Thai Eatery, vented about the city's anemic branding process, scorned IHOP for its gargantuan breakfasts, scoffed at Glendale Water & Power and sought to help others by shedding a light upon issues that have had a personal affect on my own life. I consider it a great privilege to share my opinions and viewpoints with readers every week.
August 11, 2011
The Glendale News-Press publishes a newspaper Tuesday to Saturday and a weekend edition with the Burbank Leader on Sunday. Below are a list of locations you can pick up a copy.   IHOP 605 North Glendale Ave. Ralph's Market 211 North Glendale Ave. The Catch 500 East Wilson Ave. YMCA 143 N. Louise Senior Apartment Tower 143 South Kenwood Chamber of Commerce 200 South Louise Vacant Lot 230 S. Brand Lamps Plus 200 S. Brand Twin Phinos Gallery 156 S. Brand Community Bank 100 N. Brand The Exchange 134 N. Brand Blvd.
August 19, 2004
Darleene Barrientos Flanked by friends at a table laden with plates full of fresh, warm pancakes, syrup and fruit, Edward Van Houghton spent Wednesday morning much the way he has so many others for the past 43 years. But Wednesday's breakfast club was a little more special. Van, as he's known by his friends, had a birthday cake in front of him as the waitresses at the International House of Pancakes, 605 N. Glendale Ave., and his friends who breakfast with him regularly, threw a surprise 96th birthday party for him at his favorite restaurant.
July 28, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- The International House of Pancakes is moving to a new home. IHOP Corp., which runs the national restaurant chain, is preparing to move its headquarters from 450 N. Brand Blvd. to 525 N. Brand Blvd. "We've run out of space," said Pamela Zimmerman, director of the property management administration for IHOP. At the new location, IHOP will take up three floors and 68,000-square-feet, more than twice its current space, she said.
May 1, 2001
Tim Willert GLENDALE -- The Glendale-based International House of Pancakes restaurant chain will change the name of its Dollar Pancakes to Golden Dollar Pancakes as part of a new promotion with the U.S. Mint to circulate roughly 6 million golden dollar coins. The renamed pancakes will remain the same size, but will be part of a new breakfast called the Golden Dollar Rooty, said Patrick Lenow, director of public relations. The promotion is expected to last two months, during which time participating IHOP restaurants will give the golden dollars as change.
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