John Grubb Joins UFood Grill Team as Vice President of Business Development
Boston, MA--(Marketwire) - UFood Restaurant Group, Inc. (OTCBB: UFFC) announced John Grubb has joined their team as Vice President of Business Development. He'll focus on expansion within non-traditional venues of airports, colleges, hospitals, and other special locations. Previously, John spent 10 years at McDonald's as Director of Special Development in Oak Brook where the non-traditional site portfolio grew to over 3,000 sites. He also held posts as Director of Development at Au Bon Pain and Director of Business Development at Morrison's, specializing in non-traditional restaurant development. Most recently, John served as Senior Director of Franchise Development at British Petroleum and was responsible for US and International development of franchised convenience stores. John is a graduate of Cornell University's School of Hotel and Restaurant Administration and has over 30 years experience within the hospitality industry.
About UFood Restaurant Group, Inc.
Headquartered in Boston, MA, UFood Restaurant Group, Inc. is a franchisor and operator of fast-casual food service restaurants. UFood Grill offers a healthy lifestyle alternative to consumers in the fast-casual restaurant space and is positioned to become a leading player in the "better-for-you" quick-serve restaurant category. The Company is led by franchise innovator George Naddaff, who founded Boston Market and led the franchising of several companies including Sylvan Learning Center and Ranch*1. Mr. Naddaff has a veteran management team with a record of success in the franchise market. UFood is currently launching a growth plan to franchise nationwide.
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