A citywide effort to gather donations of socks for Denver’s homeless population is kicking off with the inaugural “No Socks to Work Day” on Dec. 12, 2012. “No Socks to Work Day” asks workers to forego their socks for the day, donate a new pair of socks in their place, and sport bare ankles in the workplace in show of support for the campaign. The drive will be in full effect through December 31, 2012.
Looking to maximize its prime real estate properties and further expand its business Family Video has formed a partnership with Marco’s Pizza in order to operate and serve authentic Italian pizza.
All told, the partnership with Marco’s Pizza has the potential to create more than 7,000 new jobs over the next seven years.
From October 9-11, 200 industry insiders gathered in Atlanta at what has become known among executives as one of the can’t-miss conferences of the year.
Fresh off of a crippling recession, debt-ceiling debates, and a credit down grade, the American financial climate is merely crawling along. But an executive at Marco’s Pizza isn’t letting that stop the growth of his brand, or yours.
Ken Switzer, CFO of the 225-unit pizza chain, has big growth plans for the concept and developed a series of internal programs that he says will finance more than 1,000 new stores, despite the frozen credit market.
Billionaire owners, millionaire players, an increasingly disenchanted fan base, mounds of legal speak, and segments of the quick-service industry wondering what it all might mean to their bottom line—it’s a recipe for a dish many restaurant brands would rather not make.
The National Football League (NFL) lockout is under way, though, with owners and players battling over salaries, revenue sharing, and financial transparency—contentious issues that could postpone the 2011 season or even spur game cancellations.
Restaurant and foodservice industry leaders generated nearly $350,000 in contributions at the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s (NRAEF) 19th Annual Ted J. Balestreri Leadership Classic last week. The money raised will help support the NRAEF’s ProStart and scholarship programs to build and strengthen educational opportunities for students and educators across the nation.
It’s no secret that running a restaurant is a risky business. The fact that many restaurants will ultimately fail early in their existence is not lost on most entrepreneurs, and yet they carry on anyway in hopes that their restaurant dreams can be made true.