Huddle House sales began turning positive early last year with internal improvements, like restaurant remodeling and new limited-time offers, but the brand sought marketing help from outside the company to sustain its positive momentum in 2012. Chief executive Ken Keymer — who was elevated to his post full-time last April after serving as interim CEO following the departure of Phil Griefeld — found that fresh perspective in new chief marketing officer Marc Butler. Butler took ...
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