Red Arrow Diner is proud to announce it has been recognized as one of the Top Women-Led Businesses in New Hampshire by Business New Hampshire Magazine. The diner is number twenty-nine in a list comprised of numerous local companies and non-profit organizations.
The list of companies is ranked by annual revenue and is created to demonstrate the economic influence of this sector on New Hampshire’s economy. Red Arrow Diner is led by Owner and President Carol Lawrence, who has over 30 years of experience managing and marketing of various restaurants, including her own. Even in the infamously competitive hospitality industry, Carol continually advocates collaboration to build a thriving economy that benefits everyone and finds various ways to support her colleagues.
“On behalf of my team, I am humbled to accept this prestigious honor from Business New Hampshire Magazine,” said Carol Lawrence. “It has been a privilege to work with such dedicated team members for the past thirty years. When I first purchased Red Arrow Diner, I envisioned many amazing things for the brand. Thanks to my incredible colleagues and our loyal diner community, the company was able to evolve to what it is today: a beloved local institution for families and friends to gather and enjoy consistently delicious home-style food in a fun and inviting atmosphere.”
Visit www.businessnhmagazine.com to read more about the Top Women-Led Businesses in New Hampshire.
About the Red Arrow Diner
A privately-held company based in Manchester, New Hampshire, the Red Arrow Diner operates restaurants in Concord, Manchester, and Londonderry, New Hampshire, United States. The brand is preparing to open their newest location in Nashua, NH in early 2020. Each Red Arrow Diner location is a 24-hour diner and serves over 500,000 breakfasts annually. The Red Arrow Diner has been featured on various nationally broadcasted television and radio shows, including the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, NBC’s JEOPARDY!, and SiriusXM political channels Patriot (125) and Progress (127), as well as national publications, such as USA Today and the Food Network Magazine. Additionally, Red Arrow is an active community supporter with countless volunteer hours, pro bono promotions, and financial donations. For information about the Red Arrow Diner, visit www.redarrowdiner.com.