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The brand, which ditched the old packaging for a shinier, more modern design in 2000, has brought back moustachioed figurehead Mr Brannigan.
Please ensure that you call the subject 'Birmingham Mail Brannigans competition'.
Since the start of the year 124 bras have been found by Brannigans staff -the company has an outlet on Broad Street, Birmingham.
Since the start of the year, 124 bras have been found by Brannigans staff.
Administrative receivers at PricewaterhouseCoopers said last night that Brannigans Limited - a new company formed for the purpose of the sale and backed by the businessman and r acehorseowner Trevor Hemmings - had bought thebars.
Detective Inspector Darren Shenton said: "Before the robbery took place, the white van was parked outside Brannigans.
Police are now urging the public to study CCTV stills showing Brannigans minutes before Mr Ney was attacked.
Mustard Entertainment Restaurants and Mustard Entertainment Company previously owned Brannigans, branded as 'the best places for eating, dancing and cavorting'.
Mike Jervis, a partner at PWC, said: ``There remains considerable potential to further develop the successful Brannigans concept.
Michael Brannigan, 14, from Freshford, Co `Kilkenny, was playing in the resort of Noosa, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, when the tragic accident occurred.
Police believe one of the men then attacked Mr Ney, who had left Brannigans to use his mobile phone.
Mike Jervis, a partner at PWC, said: 'There remains considerable potential to further develop the successful Brannigans concept.
Brannigans - the late-night bars chain with an outlet in Broad Street, Birmingham - has changed hands in a pounds 67 million deal, it was confirmed yesterday.
Brannigans, Birmingham's live entertainment venue in Broad Street, has just launched a Hen Party night for brides-to-be every Thursday night.