Inspiring Wounded Veteran Hopes to Open Restaurant to Empower and Employ Other Veterans


In 2007, Bobby Henline survived a devastating explosion that killed the rest of the men in his Army vehicle in Iraq and burned more than 38 percent of his body.
Now, nine years and 40-plus surgeries later, Henline, 44, wants to pay his gratitude forward – by opening a restaurant that will employ other veterans and serve the community.
“I’m trying to give back,” Henline tells PEOPLE. “This is a great way to do it, through empowerment and food.”

Not just any form of food will do for the restaurant, either. Henline aims to serve his personal favorite meal: hamburgers.
“I love hamburgers,” Henline shares. “When I travel, I’ve always got to find that hole-in-the-wall burger place. They’re one of the joys of life.”
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