Faced with a changing landscape in the family-dining segment, new Huddle House chief executive Ken Keymer said he will build on a strategic plan he shaped as Huddle House’s interim chief executive last year and also roll out new, upgraded looks at restaurant sites in May. Keymer, named permanent CEO of the Atlanta-based 400-unit chain, said his primary goals are to make the Huddle House brand more current and the menu more exciting. He also will work with franchisees to better drive ...
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