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Seven Brothers Burgers celebrates one-year anniversary of serving Queen Creek

Seven Brothers Burgers started on the North Shore of Oahu and has expanded to seven locations in Utah and one in Arizona, the company's first franchise owned by Brad Crider in Queen Creek.

On May 24, Seven Brothers Burgers celebrated its one-year anniversary of serving the community with a Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting, which included local owner Brad Crider and his family, along with the founder and family of Seven Brothers Burgers.

Seven Brothers Burgers is located in Queen Creek at 24750 S. Ellsworth Road, at the northwest corner of Ellsworth and Riggs roads. They are open Monday through Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and closed on Sundays.

Seven Brothers Burgers started on the North Shore of Oahu and has expanded to seven locations in Utah and one in Arizona.

“Seven Brothers started with mom and dad, when they bought a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant on the North Shore of Oahu in a little town called Kahuku, in 2009. Dad always wanted to work with us boys as a way to keep us together. He always said a family who surfs together, works together, stays together and I was the one very much against it, but now it is my career and I’m the best advocate of it,” said Seth Hannemann, one of the brothers and a co-owner of Seven Brothers Burgers.

Seven Brothers Burgers serves burgers, fries, salads, desserts and shakes. It’s a unique, energetic and fun concept that differentiates itself from other burger concepts. They stand on three pillars when it comes to serving the community: being Christ centered, family focused and passionate about making and serving food that will blow people away.

“Queen Creek was a special place for us, our second brother, Sterling, lived in Queen Creek in 2001 and we would come out to visit him. We had a food truck here over the years that Sterling attempted to try out in about 2015 and the timing wasn’t quite right then. However, it planted a few seeds. We always thought Queen Creek would be a cool place to open up a location. Queen Creek resonated with us because the people and the vibe was very similar to what we experienced on the North Shore. We’re not in big cities or towns, we’re in small village-like communities of people and we felt Queen Creek really has that same vibrant feeling. The people of Queen Creek have the aloha spirit,” said Hannemann.

“We are the first franchise in Arizona, and the first franchisee of the Seven Brothers," noted Crider. "We’re excited for their growth. Queen Creek has been amazing to us, we love the Queen Creek customer base we have and those that come from all over the Valley to taste our food, but Queen Creek has been especially amazing and welcoming. We want people to be blown away by the customer service and the food, but also feel like they are walking away with the spirit of aloha. We’re just thrilled to be here. We’re really grateful for all our hard-working employees, we have local Queen Creek youth and we’re grateful for their parents who allow them to work here.”

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