- — Dallas Observer (@Dallas_Observer)Wed, Oct 30 2013 18:16:05
- — Robert Wilonsky (@RobertWilonsky)Wed, Oct 30 2013 18:49:24Denton's office of Economic Dev is researching how to lure Sriracha maker away from Southern California (and lawsuit) t.co/1EEiyLm6cl
- — Dallas Morning News (@dallasnews)Wed, Oct 30 2013 19:32:03
- — Brad Koehn (@daresayer)Wed, Oct 30 2013 19:44:14I think we could market the Sriracha fumes as therapeutic, make it into a day spa - good for the sinuses, cures allergies #sriracha2denton
- — Kate McP (@katemcp92)Wed, Oct 30 2013 20:52:13
- — Mark Thompson (@MarkThompsonTX)Thu, Oct 31 2013 00:15:18
- — Denton Tweets (@DentonTweets)Thu, Oct 31 2013 00:29:45
- — Mark Carroll (@atxtraveler)Thu, Oct 31 2013 01:15:17
- — Ben Russell (@BenRussellNBC5)Thu, Oct 31 2013 02:19:57A rep from Huy Fong Foods - maker of Sriracha - tells me they're aware of @KevinRoden offer to move to Denton, but they're not commenting
- — Armadillo Ale Works (@ArmadilloAles)Thu, Oct 31 2013 02:57:05
- — PJ Yourek (@MomYourek)Thu, Oct 31 2013 03:13:51#Sriracha2Denton I grew up around the corner from Rosemeade CA - a fan of Sriacha -always in my house would love 2 have a bit of home in TX!
- — Stacy Aguilar (@thestacyaguilar)Thu, Oct 31 2013 03:25:13
Denton, TX Invites Sriracha to Town.
City Councilman Kevin Roden from Denton, TX has a plan to save Sriracha and keep the sensational hot sauce flowing for the benefit of the entire nation.
byKevin Roden532 Views