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How growing Culver’s keeps its small-town culture

Co-founder Craig Culver and CEO Joe Koss join "A Deeper Dive" to talk about the chain’s history and its future.
Photograph courtesy of Culver's

a deeper dive

Culver’s is growing and expanding into new markets, but it is still a small-town Midwest chain at its core.

This week’s episode of the Restaurant Business podcast “A Deeper Dive” features Culver’s CEO Joe Koss, along with co-founder Craig Culver, talking about the chain’s history, its culture and its future.

Prairie du Sac, Wis.-based Culver’s is a 700-unit quick-service chain is known for its Butterburgers, an unusually broad menu with Midwestern items such as cheese curds and frozen custard, and the bright blue awnings and its locations.

Culver talks about the chain’s growth, Midwestern roots and heritage. Koss discusses the chain’s current plans and its strategies for using technology and delivery.

Please have a listen.

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