Meat House closes doors at 4 of its NH stores
In a notice posted on its website and on doors of its stores, co-founders Jason Parent and Justin Rosberg said, “We have made the decision to temporarily close our doors while we remodel our stores. We look forward to serving you and your community in the very near term.”
Parent and Rosberg opened their first Meat House in Portsmouth in 2003.
The company did not respond to questions seeking comment on the closures. A marketing representative from the company asked that questions be e-mailed, but there was no response by press time.
Massachusetts investors Edward R. Barry, William Kenney, Scott J. Nathan and Scott Tellier filed suit against Meat House Franchising and J & J Investments and Centrix Bank & Trust.
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