(Ryan Galbraith The Salt Lake Tribune)
Skool Lunch, which had several locations in the Salt Lake Valley, announced Friday it was closing in the face of economic conditions after 30 years of operation.
Skool Lunch shuts down after 30 years in business
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE
First Published Aug 31 2012 03:26 pm • Last Updated Aug 31 2012 06:27 pm
Skool Lunch, the small Murray-based chain of sandwich shops with four locations in the Salt Lake valley, has quietly closed its doors.
The company announced on its website that after 30 years in business, the economy and changes in the food industry have required it to shut down.
It said the all Skool Lunch locations were out of business as of Friday. A sign with similar wording was posted at the Skool Lunch location on South Temple in downtown Salt Lake City.
Attempts to get in touch with the company’s owners were unsuccessful. Telephones at the individual stores and the company’s headquarters were disconnected.
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