Black Bear Diner Names Chad Corrigan As Vice President Of Franchise Sales And Development
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Black Bear Diner Names Chad Corrigan As Vice President Of Franchise Sales And Development

Focuses On 2-Pronged Development Approach, Franchise And Corporate

New Vice President of Franchise Sales & Development Chad Corrigan brings successful record of development leadership to the family-focused diner

June 08, 2021 // // REDDING, Calif. - Black Bear Diner, the one-of-a-kind, bear-themed dining concept offering a family-friendly atmosphere and classic, home-style comfort food, today announced the appointment of restaurant industry veteran Chad Corrigan in the newly-created role of Vice President of Franchise Sales & Development.

With more than 14 years of franchise development strategy experience with well-known restaurant franchises, including Jack in the Box, Qdoba, Tokyo Joe’s, and Quiznos, Corrigan’s experience will be invaluable as Black Bear Diner looks to bring its popular diner model to new markets and expand its footprint in existing markets. The company will open three diners in 2021 - two corporate diners in Texas and one franchise location in California.

“Chad joins Black Bear Diner at an exciting time for our brand. We’re experiencing a strong recovery and our current franchise partners are reigniting their growth plans, which is contributing to the overall health of our business,” said Anita Adams, CEO of Black Bear Diner."

Prior to joining Black Bear Diner, Corrigan held the role of Vice President of Real Estate and Franchise Development for Nashville-based Restaurant Growth Services, LLC, which provides a variety of management and operational services to four restaurant brands. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the University of Colorado.

Corrigan’s appointment comes as Black Bear Diner is currently experiencing a strong recovery following operational shifts to comply with local ordinances and regulations amid the COVID-19 pandemic. During that time, the company provided significant support to its franchise partners to help operators withstand the financial impact. 

SOURCE Black Bear Diner



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