Dave Thomas - Quotes

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It all comes back to the basics. Serve customers the best-tasting food at a good value in a clean, comfortable restaurant, and they'll keep coming back.

It all comes back to the basics. Serve customers the best-tasting food at a good value in a clean, comfortable restaurant, and they'll keep coming back.

I think the harder you work, the more luck you have.

I think the harder you work, the more luck you have.

The anger that appears to be building up between the sexes becomes more virulent with every day that passes. And far from women taking the blame... the fact is that men are invariably portrayed as the bad guys. Being a good man is like being a good Nazi. ---->>>

You can do what you want to do. You can be what you want to be. ---->>>

If there are things you don't like in the world you grew up in, make your own life different. ---->>>

In the beginning there was nothing and God said 'Let there be light', and there was still nothing but everybody could see it. ---->>>

It was the closest to purgatory that I've ever experienced while I've been living. ---->>>

There's no one to stop you but yourself. ---->>>

What people forget is that every movie that gets made keeps making money for somebody FOREVER. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 07-02, 1932
Birthplace: Atlantic City, New Jersey, US
Die: 01-08, 2002
Occupation: Businessman
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Rex David "Dave" Thomas (July 2, 1932 – January 8, 2002) was an American businessperson and philanthropist. Thomas was the founder and chief executive officer of Wendy's, a fast-food restaurant chain specializing in hamburgers. He is also known for appearing in more than 800 commercial advertisements for the chain from 1989 to 2002, more than any other company founder in television history (wikipedia)