Owner of Three IHOPS in NJ Gives Away Free Meals to Disadvantage Residents During COVID-19 Pandemic

The successful owner of three IHOP restaurants in New Jersey has announced that she will provide free take-out breakfast and lunch on weekdays every day until school reopens.

According to a report written in April 30th article of blackbusiness.com Adenah Bayoh, Chief Operating Officer of Adenah Bayoh and Companies said families in need can pick up pancakes for breakfast Monday through Friday, between 7 am and 10 am, and sandwiches for lunch between 12noon and 2 pm. While this measure is to provide for children who are out of school, any individual who is in need during this crisis is welcome to take advantage of this opportunity.

According to black business.com, Bayoh owns and manages seven restaurants in total - three IHOP restaurants in Newark, Paterson and Irvington, NJ; three Cornbread restaurants in West Mifflin, Tarentum, and Greensburg, PA; and two more Cornbread restaurants in Maplewood and Newark, NJ.

Her bio found on her web page states that Bayoh embodied the American dream.

At age 13, she escaped the civil war in her native country of Liberia, immigrated to the United States, and is now one of the most successful entrepreneurs in her home state of New Jersey, her bio said.

Adenah is the founder and CEO of Adenah Bayoh and Companies, which is the parent corporation that owns her unique restaurant collection, which includes IHOP franchises in Newark, Paterson, and Irvington, New Jersey with a fourth location set to open in the spring of 2020 in downtown Newark, New Jersey.

Adenah Bayoh and Companies also owns a real estate development portfolio with several major residential and commercial urban redevelopment projects across northern New Jersey.

Because of the success of her flagship IHOP in Irvington, she is the second largest employer in the Township.

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