Robert L. Brock

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Robert L. Brock (c. 1924[1]–June 7, 1998[2]) was an American businessman. As chairman of Brock Hotel Corporation, the first and at the time largest franchisee of Holiday Inns, he founded Showbiz Pizza Place in 1980 in Topeka, Kansas.[3]

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  1. ^ Birth year implied from 1942 graduation. See "Robert Brock". National Honor Society. Retrieved 2007-05-19. Robert L. Brock graduated from Sterling High School in 1942. 
  2. ^ Lew Ferguson (June 9, 1998). "Longtime Democratic booster Brock dies of cancer 06/09/98". CJ Online National News. Topeka Capital-Journal. Retrieved 2014-12-30. 
  3. ^ CEC Entertainment, Inc. - Company History

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