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Northern California cities such as Sacramento, Fresno and Silicon Valley may soon be home to new locations for Tempe-based sports bar Tilted Kilt.

According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Tilted Kilt has signed a deal with NoCal Tilt Holdings LLC., a Northern California franchisee, to open 10 stores over the next five years.

"We're extremely confident that an experienced and business savvy partner like NoCal Tilt Holdings LLC will succeed in expanding our footprint in a tremendously appealing market like Northern California," said Mark Hanby, vice president of development for Tilted Kilt, in a statement.

Tilted Kilt is known for their women servers dressed in sexy plaid skirts and revealing tops. The chain has more than 80 stores across North America.


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