The quickly-growing PDQ fast-food chain is set to take over the First Coast. Why? Well, the acronym stands for “People Dedicated to Quality,” and the people dedicated to Tim Tebow will likely be flocking to its future Jacksonville location in droves.
Tebow has been quiet on the football front since signing with New England, but this news is already making waves through the fast-food industry. According to The Jacksonville Daily Record, the paperwork has been filed for a future Tebow-owned PDQ restaurant in his native city of Jacksonville.
Tim Tebow’s PDQ restaurant in Jacksonville is designed as a nearly 4,400-square-foot building, including a patio, in the Hodges Pointe Plaza shopping center, anchored by Walmart, at Beach and Hodges boulevards.
Plans filed this week with the St. Johns River Water Management District show the building on about an acre at 3260 Hodges Blvd. Site plans indicate it will be next to the Bob Evans restaurant.
Documents show the building at 4,432 square feet on site plans and at 4,370 square feet in site data.
Bohler Engineering of Tampa is the project engineer.
The property is owned by the Pablo West Land Trust, part of Sleiman Enterprises.
According to Only Gators Get Out Alive, there could me more Tebow-owned PDQ’s on the way to both Jacksonville and Alachua County (location of Gainesville, FL) after this first franchise.
How insanely jealous do you think the CEO of Chick-fil-A is after learning of Tebow’s fast-food endeavors?