Long John Silver's Acquires Indiana Restaurants

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(photo courtesy Long John Silver's) (photo courtesy Long John Silver's)
LOUISVILLE -

Louisville-based Long John Silver's has acquired more than 70 restaurants, most of which are located in Indiana, from Jasper-based ServUS. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, however the company says no jobs will be affected.

ServUS is owned by franchisee Bob Ruckriegel, who opened the third Long John Silver's restaurant in the country in 1969. Some of the restaurants included in the acquisition are also located in western Kentucky and southwestern Michigan.

"This is an excellent opportunity to continue our brand revitalization," said Brian Unger, chief operating officer of Long John Silver’s. "We’re thrilled to add an extensive line-up of well-performing restaurants to our company-owned portfolio and to continue the legacy that Bob has left behind."

The acquisition is part of an effort Long John Silver's began in 2015 to purchase a number of restaurants in its system, which now totals 200. The company is currently renovating existing restaurants and says those whose renovations are complete have reported double-digit growth.

The Indiana locations included in the acquisition are:

  • 3400 16th Street, Bedford
  • .3615 S. Emerson Avenue, Beech Grove
  • 3811 W 3rd Street, Bloomington
  • 5560 W State Road 46, Bloomington
  • 800 W Main Street, Boonville
  • 1860 W. Hwy 40, Brazil
  • 814 E. Main Street, Brownsburg
  • 740 E. Lewis and Clark Hwy, Clarksville
  • 225 W. 30th Street, Connersville
  • 2480 Landmark Avenue NE, Corydon
  • 1509 S. Washington St., Crawfordsville
  • 850 N. Main Street, Crown Point
  • 1648 Cassopolis Street, Elkhart
  • 1724 Nappanee Street, Elkhart
  • 1015 S Green River Road, Evansville
  • 2519 1st Avenue, Evansville
  • 2350 E Morgan Avenue, Evansville
  • 4625 W. Lloyd Expressway, Evansville
  • 5800 W Ridge Road, Gary
  • 924 W. Pike Street, Goshen
  • 1016 Indianapolis Road, Greencastle
  • 2080 West Main, Greenfield
  • 2191 Independence Drive, Greenwood
  • 3400 E 169th Street, Hammond
  • 2831 E 38th Street, Indianapolis
  • 7140 Pendleton Pike, Indianapolis
  • 3847 W Washington, Indianapolis
  • 6020 E 82nd Street, Indianapolis
  • 7242 Michigan Road, Indianapolis
  • 6658 W Washington Street, Indianapolis
  • 6201 Crawfordsville Road, Indianapolis
  • 3301 E Washington Street, Indianapolis
  • 8802 E. Washington Street, Indianapolis
  • 1250 E Stop 11 RoadIndianapolis
  • 3491 S East Street, Indianapolis
  • 3960 N. Newton Street, Jasper
  • 602 J Street, La Porte
  • 3446 Central Avenue, Lake Station
  • 1600 A Street, Linton
  • 2000 Burton Lane, Martinsville
  • 221 W 61st Avenue, Merrillville
  • 212 W. U.S. 20, Michigan City
  • 528 S Indiana Street, Mooresville
  • 825 Ridge Road, Munster
  • 520 S. Memorial Dr., New Castle
  • 655 Westfield Road, Noblesville
  • 912 W Main, Peru
  • 305 East Main Street, Plainfield
  • 1930 N Michigan Avenue, Plymouth
  • 1417 W. Broadway St., Princeton
  • 484 S Lake Road N, Scottsburg
  • 2001 E Tipton Street, Seymour
  • 4949 Western Avenue, South Bend
  • 920 Ireland Road, South Bend
  • 319 N Hickory, South Bend
  • Rt 66 E & 14th Street, Tell City
  • 3485 S. US Hwy 41, Terre Haute
  • 2021 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute
  • 2039 Lafayette Avenue, Terre Haute
  • 2805 N Calumet, K-Mart Center, Valparaiso
  • 2705 N 6th Street, Vincennes
  • 2601 E Center Street, Warsaw
  • 804 West National Hwy, Washington
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