Industry News | February 17, 2012

Culver’s Presents Highest Award to Indiana Store Owners

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Frank and Sarah Spanopolous, owners of the Culver’s restaurant at 240 Federal Drive in Corydon, Indiana, are the recipients of the 2012 GM Culver Award.

The award, named after Culver’s late co-founder George Culver, is the highest honor in the organization. It recognizes individuals who have demonstrated long-term visionary leadership and success.

The award was presented to Frank and Sarah by co-founder and CEO Craig Culver at the company’s convention in Phoenix, Arizona, last week.

“Frank and Sarah are very deserving of this honor,” Craig Culver says. “They are passionate about their restaurant and team members, and dedicated to the Culver’s mission that ‘every guest who leaves Culver’s leaves happy.”

Frank and Sarah Spanopolous have been with Culver’s since 2003. They have two daughters, Morgan and Madison.

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