Jackmont CEO builds business and communities with jobs, engagement
While most restaurateurs are perfecting new menus and marketing campaigns in hopes of driving sales, Daniel Halpern is focused on spurring the sputtering U.S. economy.‚Ä© “If America doesn’t have a thriving middle class, I have no customers,” said Halpern, president and chief executive of Jackmont Hospitality Inc., an Atlanta-based franchisee of 11 T.G.I. Friday’s restaurants. “Most of my customers are working-class people, so if we continue to lose jobs that ...
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