Dickey’s Barbecue Pit Adds New Franchise Business VP
Dickey's Barbecue Pit recently announced the addition of John Geyerman to its family as the new Vice President of Franchise Sales. In his new role, he will work with the franchise business sales team to find the franchisees who will bring the famous Texas-style barbecue food the brand is known for to their communities.
Brand CEO Laura Rea Dickey said the company is proud to have Geyerman become a part of its team. According to Dickey, Geyerman's experience with other established large companies and his passion for the brand are great assets. Geyerman has extensive experience in resource management and retail operations, having worked with many industry titans in the retail sector.
Geyerman decided to join the food franchise brand so he could tap into his knowledge of business development and franchising to help it grow domestically and overseas.
Franchise Opportunities are Available
The biggest barbecue chain in the country, Dickey's was founded back in 1941 and is known for its on-site slow-smoked meats. This concept now has over 500 locations across 44 states and still has franchise opportunities open in many markets, with the initial total investment ranging from $280,819 and $481,819.
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