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After hearing that Little Rock's McDonald's might be in financial trouble or up for sale, we called owner Joe Davis. He says he does have a sale pending for the nine restaurants, although it is "very preliminary" now. As for the financial trouble part, he can't imagine where that got started.

Davis is in the process of buying the Pensacola, Fla., market stores. There are seven there now with others on the drawing board. He plans to be settled in the Sunshine State by the first of the year.

Davis, chairman of McDonald's National Owner's Association has an older brother who owns the Fort Walton, Fla., McDonald's and says he is moving for "family considerations" after living here 15 years.
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Title Annotation:McDonald's, Little Rock is up for sale
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Dec 10, 1990
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