Prince's Hamburgers to serve OTC visitors
For the fifth year in a row, Offshore Technology Conference attendees will be served Prince's Hamburgers, "Houston's Hometown Burgers since 1934," from two booths at the Reliant Center.
One of the booths will serve breakfast tacos, breakfast biscuits and Breakfast Texas toast in the morning hours and burgers, chicken, fries and fried shrimp at lunch. The other booth, The Houston Gumbo Shop, will serve gumbo, red beans and rice and shrimp baskets.
"Catering the OTC is one of our favorite events," said Prince’s Hamburgers owner, John Broussard, in a press release. "Our restaurant employees staff the booths and love to visit with our customers, who come from all over the world. Many of the attendees are originally from Houston, and they love to tell us stories about their Prince's experiences. They always start off with, 'Are ya'll the same Prince's as when I was a kid?,'" said Broussard. "And they are all great stories."
OTC is the foremost event for the oil and gas industry for the development of hydrocarbon resources. The conference, founded in 1969, annually attracts over 60,000 visitors. For information, visit www.infield.com/exhibitions/otc-offshore-technology-conference.
Prince's Hamburgers has three locations, one on Southwest Freeway, one on Main Street and one on Briar Forest Drive. Prince's Diner is located on North Post Oak Road. For more information about Prince's, visit www.princeshamburgers.com.
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