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Kimberly Cooper
Marketing Coordinator

New Signs Make it Easier for Customers at Cougar Woods Dining Hall

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Houston, June 19, 2015 — New red and white station signs have been added at Cougar Woods Dining Hall to highlight cuisine options.

"We decided to create custom signs that reflect the interior design of the dining hall," said Andre Marsh, location manager at Cougar Woods. "We want our customers to dine with ease and the signs help them identify the various options available."

The new signs can be found suspended above all nine dining stations at the dining hall, which is closed for the summer and will re-open to the UH community at the start of the fall semester.

"When you walk into Cougar Woods, you see the open floor plan with signs hanging above each station," said Marsh.

The featured stations at Cougar Woods include the comfort station, grill, brick oven, exhibition, dessert, deli, salad bar, cereal and soups.

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