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The former Procter & Gamble executive will oversee advertising, digital innovation, menu development and brand experience.
Inspire Brands, which also owns Buffalo Wild Wings, Sonic and Jimmy John's, has trademarked some brand names for shared kitchens for takeout and delivery.
Drinks that double as desserts are trending on menus.
The newly formed Quality Restaurant Group adds a second brand and names Matthew Slaine CEO.
The parent of Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Sonic and Jimmy John’s has promoted one of its founding executives.
His promotion from CMO was announced almost simultaneously with the appointment of his predecessor as CEO of Papa John’s.
The brand’s new owner is betting the deal will appeal to midweek customers without the margin pressures that nixed it two years ago.
The meat-centric chain has lifted the napkin off its first “megetable,” the carrot-like (but turkey-based) Marrot.
Don Crocker moves up to chief development officer, and Chris Held joins the Buffalo Wild Wings parent as chief supply officer.
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