Leadership

Another Broken Egg promotes Tom Robertson, Brandy Blackwell

The former is the chain's new COO, while the latter will now be responsible for all marketing.
Unit photo from Shutterstock. Other photos courtesy of Another Broken Egg Cafe

Another Broken Egg Café has promoted Tom Robertson to COO and elevated Brandy Blackwell to VP of marketing as part of the daytime dining brand’s push to become a nationwide chain.

Robertson, a five-year veteran of Another Broken Egg, moves up from the post of VP of operations. He joined the company in 2018 as a regional franchise consultant after serving in several positions at Applebee’s and Huddle House.

“We are just getting started here at Another Broken Egg Cafe, and I can hardly wait to see what we accomplish next,” Robertson said in a prepared statement.

Blackwell has just passed the six-month mark in her tenure with Another Broken Egg.  She came aboard in May in a marketing capacity after working for Jimmy John’s, Dunkin’, McAlister’s Deli and Tijuana Flats.

In her new role, she will be responsible for Another Broken Egg’s national and store-level marketing, as well as menu development.

Another Broken Egg serves breakfast, brunch and lunch at 82 franchised and company-run full-service restaurants.

 

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