SOURCE: Ted's Montana Grill

September 12, 2007 13:09 ET

Ted's Montana Grill Debuts New Web Site

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - September 12, 2007) - Ted's Montana Grill, the classic American grill founded by media entrepreneur and environmentalist Ted Turner and award-winning restaurateur George McKerrow Jr., has unveiled a new Web site -- -- as part of the company's fifth anniversary year.

The site features a fresh new design inspired by the company's "Eat great. Do good." mantra and captures the friendly, relaxed feel of a Ted's Montana Grill restaurant. The new Web site was created by MATCH, INC. of Atlanta and Olive Studios LLC, which has offices in Atlanta, Los Angeles and Portland, Ore.

From the site's Home page, visitors can learn more about Ted's and its mission by reading Our Story. There they'll find links to a video conversation with co-founders Turner and McKerrow, be able to read articles and restaurant reviews at "Ted's In The News," and learn more about the company's eco-friendly practices and career opportunities. The site also has a new Press Room with information and photos for the media.

The Our Restaurant section features a national restaurant locator, complete menu and nutritional information, and a new General Store where guests can peruse and purchase Ted's Montana Grill gift cards and merchandise.

"At Ted's, we're as passionate about the environment as we are about our food, and our new Web site showcases both. Whether you're dining in one of our restaurants or visiting us online, we want you to feel relaxed and at home at Ted's," said McKerrow, president and CEO.

Founded in 2002, Ted's Montana Grill harks back to a turn-of-the-century Montana grill and bar, serving fresh-made dishes in a warm setting of casual luxury. The menu features all-natural premium Harris Ranch Beef, bison certified by the National Bison Association, Springer Mountain Chicken and premium seafood. There's something for almost any appetite, with steaks, meatloaf, crab cakes, trout, salmon, and 20 different varieties of beef or bison burgers and chicken grills offered on the menu.

The company's deep commitment to the environment is evident in nearly every aspect of operations. Menus are printed on recycled paper and nearly all of the paper, plastic, aluminum and glass products are recycled. The restaurants use wax-coated paper drinking straws, wooden drink stirrers and to-go cups made of corn starch. Each Ted's Montana Grill is non-smoking.

Based in Atlanta, there are more than 50 Ted's Montana Grill restaurants in 18 states.

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