ATLANTA Industry veterans Dick Holbrook and Sam Haddock have teamed up with the founders of the 16-unit J. Christopher's chain to accelerate expansion of the breakfast-and-lunch concept. Under an arrangement disclosed in September, Holbrook, a former president of Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits parent AFC Enterprises, is serving as president of J. Christopher's Restaurants LLC, a company formed specifically to develop the concept. Haddock, a Moe's Southwest Grill franchisee and a former ...
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