Lucas, Thanks for the invite. All is well here. Congrats on MD #8. Now that you have Bucky all set, grab the future wife and come work for me here! HA! Look forward to your next visit. Missed you at Marley's (the father) Superbowl Party in the Rathskellar. Lots of food and of course the BIG SCREEN!
The first 5 years for Chipotle was slow, I think that they only had 5 or 6 locations. After that with the McDonalds financing they grew like crazy......... probably about 50 -60 stores a year. I will get in touch for sure I would love to try MAD Greens!
I started with Chipotle when they had 5 stores. It was amazing watching all of the growth. When I left we had 500 restaurants. I will check you out for sure. Is Mad Greens just in Denver? Are you in a growth mode?
I notice you have over 100 restaurants. Are you planning to expand into the UK?
Contact me please if you are or visit my web site www.dunleavydrive.co.uk where I have just completing the development of 5 stand alone restuarant units. One was prelet to Frankie and Benny's and one to an Americsn Gourmet Drive thru coffee take away.
Hey Lucas, thanks for joining the group Local Store Marketing! And welcome to FohBoh!
Feel free to jump right in and respond to current discussions, and to start your own. The strength of this site is networking with other members to share and discuss ideas, information, and resources; and I'm looking forward to doing that with you along with the other members of the LSM group.
Feel free to contact me individually as well if you have any questions that I can help you with.
I visited your corporate website yesterday--it looks like an awesome concept you have going there in Denver.
Have an awesome night, and thanks again for joining my group.
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