“Activist” is not a word many would use to describe Cameron Mitchell. But that’s the role in which the founder and president of his eponymous Columbus, Ohio-based restaurant group found himself a few years ago when a line cook at one of his restaurants was on the verge of being deported.The cook “had been in the country for years and was just a good guy, worked hard, and here he was being locked up in front of his children,” says David Miller, executive vice president at Cameron Mitchell ...
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