Talk about a motley crew. The fledging Quickee Burgers chain, which currently has one location open in Las Vegas, has announced its line-up of unlikely celebrity investors: According to a press release, former Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil, onetime 90210 star Ian Ziering, and boxing champion Mike Tyson have all signed on in unspecified ownership roles. (The release notes Ziering "is about to embark on this season's Celebrity Apprentice which he says helped ignite the entrepreneur within him.")
The slider-focused Quickee Burgers was co-founded by Michael Politz, the publisher of Food and Beverage Magazine, which happens to be the very same publication that voted Quickee the "Best Burger in the Nation" for 2014. Quickee's first and only location debuted in October of this year, with another outpost opening soon in Las Vegas. Per the press release, the brand hopes to "expand into food courts, gas stations and standalone restaurants all over the country."