(Continued from page 2) Stable management has helped, too, Brown said. “The No. 1 thing about Herfy is the continuity of competent management, from the operations people to the CEO,” he said. “A lot of the people I worked with 20 years ago are still there, including Mr. Saeed.” Osama “Sam” Bader, Herfy’s general manager of restaurants, said the longevity has led to consistency for the brand. “The more experienced the people that you ...

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