Leadership

Captain D’s promotes Bindi Menon to CMO

Menon has been with the fast-casual seafood chain since 2005, starting as a senior analyst.
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Captain D’s has promoted Bindi Menon to chief marketing officer, the fast-casual seafood chain announced Wednesday.

Menon has been with the company for 15 years, most recently serving as vice president of national marketing. She started with Captain D’s as a senior analyst.

In her new role, Menon will use her longstanding knowledge of the brand to develop strategies to support Captain D’s growth. She will oversee all of the chain’s marketing, including product innovation, customer insights, social campaigns and more.

“We are thrilled to celebrate the growth of such an invaluable team member,” CEO and President Phil Greifeld said in a statement. “Since her first introduction to the brand as a senior analyst in 2005, Bindi has steadily become an integral part of Captain D’s.”

The Nashville-based chain has more than 540 restaurants in 23 states.

“Being part of a successful and supportive company such as Captain D’s is incredibly rewarding, and I am excited for this opportunity to take our marketing to new heights,” Menon said in a statement.

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