Hardee’s eatery on East Custer Avenue in Helena is closed

Phil Drake

One of Helena’s two Hardee’s has closed.

The sign on the Hardee’s door at 1919 E. Custer Ave.

Signage was recently taken down from the building at the fast-food restaurant at 1919 E. Custer Ave. and signs were placed on doors that read: “This location is closed. Please visit our location at Euclid.”

The store is located at a busy Helena intersection at Custer Avenue and Washington Street and near Home Depot, Staples and Costco.

Hardees’s corporate chain, Franklin, Tennessee-based CKE Restaurant Holdings Inc., did not return several emails and telephone calls seeking comment regarding the restaurant.

An employee who answered the telephone at the 320 Euclid Ave. store, which remains open, said he was unable to comment. No one answered the phone at the Custer Avenue store. 

Hardee’s part of a chain that includes Carl’s Jr., Green Burrito and Red Burrito brands.

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