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Greg Miller named Taco John’s chief operating officer

The longtime industry executive will focus on generating sales with improved restaurant performance.
Taco John's COO
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Taco John’s on Tuesday named longtime industry executive Greg Miller its new chief operating officer.

Miller has more than 30 years of experience, most recently as a division vice president of operations at Jack in the Box, where he was responsible for 1,300 restaurants and $1.78 billion in sales.

He spent more than 27 years at McDonald’s in various operations and marketing roles before he joined Whataburger, where he was regional director of operations for two years.

Jim Creel, Taco John’s CEO, called Miller “an incredibly talented and dedicated individual with several years of valuable experience in operations.”

Taco John’s said that Miller “will set comprehensive, aggressive goals to increase restaurant operations performance, sales growth and guest traffic.”

“I believe I can be a driving force in getting Taco John’s restaurants everywhere to reach their full potential,” Miller said in a statement, noting that he will relocate “very soon” to the Minneapolis area, where Taco John’s recently opened a satellite office.

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