Hello Richard, Hope your doing well. We met at last year's CHART conference in D.C. I work at Papa John's in WV. I was talking with Jeff McLanahan, he said you had a great store opening checklist. Would you be willing to e-mail me a copy of it? We missed you at the Cleveland conference last week. Hope to see you at a future conference.Have a great day.
I wanted to personally invite you to join our discussions in regards to cheeses at the Cheese Group on FohBoh. Every week we introduce a new cheese and invite you to find it in your area, buy it, try it and then dicuss it with us. We could use someone like yourself who could give us some good, positive feedback.
I started using the site as simply a message board, but I eventually started a Papa John's Pizza Group in the groups section. We currently have about 75 members, both corporate and franchise, and the exchange of information, ideas, best practices, etc. has been wonderful. I have not used it for any specific learning activities yet, but I am contemplating ideas on how to best utilize it. If you have any pearls of wisdom, I am all ears!
We are having our RTF on June 23. I have gotten some great ideas for what to do during the meeting. Please let me know if you are interested I would be happy to share our list of topics. Thanks, Debbie
Welcome to FohBoh - as an Atlanta area member, you may want to join the Atlanta Food Network group on FohBoh. It's where we share tips and opinions on restaurants and share news on upcoming events in Atlanta.
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