SEATTLE Taco Del Mar, the 244-unit Mexican fast-casual chain, has named former Dunkin’ Brands and Taco Bell executive Larry Destro as its new president and chief executive. Destro, who most recently served as president of CB Manufacturing and Sales and taught business courses at the University of Dayton in Ohio, replaces Taco Del Mar’s founder James Schmidt, Taco Del Mar said Friday. Schmidt stepped down as president and chief executive last September to focus on the development of a ...
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