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Penn Station Inc
8276 Beechmont Ave
Penn Station has developed a unique product line that demonstrates, in full customer view, the true quality of our products. Our menu now features an array of mouth watering Grilled East Coast Style submarine sandwiches, fresh-cut fries and hand-squeezed ...
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2015 Speakers â€“ Fast Casual Executive Summit
President | Penn Station
Craig has been President of Penn Station since August 16, 1999 and joined the organization when they had just 64 restaurants.
Today, Penn Station
has more than 300 restaurants in 15 states.
Their category leading return on investment and penchant for providing their franchisees the detailed tools to succeed and thrive has resulted in only two failures in 30 years of franchising operations.
Prior to joining Penn Station, Craig was a partner at the regional accounting firm of McCauley, Nicolas & Company, LLC in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
formerly had ownership interest in a Papa John's franchise in addition to Coastal Cheesesteaks, LLC
and Louisville Cheesesteaks, LLC
, and Penn Station
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We will be speaking with Craig Dunaway, President of Penn Station East Coast Subs.
Penn Station President Craig ...
Penn Station President Craig Dunaway named a Top 26 Fast Casual Executive
Joining Gier on stage were Craig ...
Joining Gier on stage were Craig Dunaway, owner of Penn Station East Coast Subs, and Roland Dickey Jr., president and CEO of Dickey's Barbeque Restaurants.
"It was about simplicity for us," Dunaway
said, noting there is one choice of bread unlike some eateries that can offer up to over a dozen choices.
"What we focus on is strategic concentric growth," he
said, noting that in choosing franchise partners the focus is finding someone with a strong business acumen.
"We are not in the business of teaching someone all about business or how to run a business," he
Craig Dunaway, president of ...
Craig Dunaway, president of Penn Station East Coast Subs, notes that hourly employees sometimes fail to pay for what they eat or give free food to friends and family.
These newer workers sometimes forget the company needs to make money and that too many freebies hurts the bottom line.
Other obstacles he's
encountered include parents who interfere when their child does something wrong and employees taking breaks and forgetting to clocking out.