Hooters, the Georgia-based chain of restaurants that made its name on hot-pants-clad waitresses, chicken wings and beer, has settled a class action suit by agreeing to provide up to $1.3 million in gift cards to about 55,000 people who received unwanted automated text messages.

Hooters also agreed to an injunction barring unsolicited messages to the class members in the future.


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