ATLANTA Industry veterans Dick Holbrook and Sam Haddock acquired the remaining equity in the breakfast- and lunch-focused J. Christopher’s family-dining brand for full control under new parent company J. Christopher’s Restaurants LLC. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Holbrook and Haddock, who originally partnered with J. Christopher’s founders Jeff McCann and Chris Brogdon, now fully own the 22-unit brand, all of its intellectual property and the franchising rights to the ...
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