I wanted to see if we could network with you - We are looking for a Director of Franchise Sales for an emerging, profitiable restaurant company in Florida. If you or someone you might know might be interested, please either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at the office 941-906-1990. Thanks! Patti
Welcome to FohBoh. Can you tell me if Wings N More has contracted with anyone for Service Evaluations (secret shopping) and/or whom I should contact? I had not heard back since speaking with you regarding in store visits and an IVR program. I still welcome the opportunity to work with your organization. I would like to set up a meeting if possible. Thank you for your time!
I am a contract recruiter working on positions in the state of Texas, I would love to speak with you and find out if the positions I am working on might be a good fit for you or perhaps you know someone who might be looking.
I look forward to speaking with you.
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Denise, welcome! Let me know a little about your work! I have a company in Houston that also focuses on the Texas Restaurant market. Have fun on this site, it seems to be just starting to break open with opportunities!
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