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RAISING CANE'S RESPONSE TO HURRICANE KATRINA

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Hurricane Katrina, the worst storm to hit the US mainland in recorded history, has just devastated New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf coast. The streets of New Orleans are flooded as the protective levees have been breached in over 50 locations and an enormous storm surge with 20-foot waves has deluged Biloxi and the Mississippi Gulf coast. On the afternoon of Monday, Aug 29, 2005, news reports of horrific loss of lives and property are pouring in through the television sets temporary rigged up at Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers No. 2 on Lee/College Drive in Baton Rouge, the only location with electricity available to CEO Todd Graves and his top management team. The leadership team members are all safe, headquartered 60 miles away from the worst devastation. They have quickly gathered to plan strategy for the crisis situation, but everyone including Graves is shaken to the core.

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