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Noble Roman’s hires new vice president of development

Noble Roman’s has announced Michael Lingor as its new vice president of development.

Lingor will focus exclusively on franchise sales for Noble Roman's Craft Pizza & Pub, the chain’s new generation, stand-alone pizzeria concept, and will work on attracting franchisees who have experience in operating multiunit franchised operations as well as the operational and financial means to expand the concept in their markets.

Lingor has been in the restaurant industry for over 20 years, beginning as a single-unit franchisee of Quiznos and then joining its corporate office as senior reginal director.

Following his time at Quiznos, Lingor held a variety of franchise and development roles throughout the industry including senior vice president of development and construction at Earl of Sandwich, vice president of operations and then senior vice president of development and franchising at Firebirds as well as vice president of development and franchising for Taco Bueno Restaurants. Most recently, he was a restaurant development consultant for Real Mex Restaurants.

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