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|Founder||Ken Smith and Mark Turner|
|Headquarters||Columbus, Ohio, United States|
|Parent||Escape Enterprises, Ltd. (EEL)|
Steak Escape is a restaurant chain based in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Locations are typically found in food courts in shopping malls as well as airports, all serving a variety of menu items, including cheesesteaks. The company is known as the originator of the mall cheesesteak concept. The chain is owned by Columbus, Ohio-based Escape Enterprises.
By 1997, the company revenue was US$55.8M.
In September 1998, the chain secured US$35M in franchise funding from financing Franchise Mortgage Acceptance Co. of East Brunswick, N.J.
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