It all began in Athens when Zach McLeroy and his childhood friend established a food store that mainly dealt with preparing chicken wings, salads, sandwiches, and chicken fingers. The founders dreamed of launching an eatery that would soon expand and offer its food services to other states of the country part of Georgia. The food store is known as Zaxby’s Chicken.
Zach was appointed Zaxby’s CEO, a position he has held since the business’s launch. In the recent announcement, Zach and his team publicized that there will be a change of administration, and Zach will no longer serve as a Chief Executive Officer; alternatively, he will be the group’s Chairman. Bernard Acoca will take the position of Chief Executive Officer.
The Zaxby’s CEO, Zach McLeroy and his co-creator launched the organization three decades ago; since the foundation of the organization, it has continued to experience tremendous expansion, and the firm is now operating in other regions. Zach noted that he has been glad about the group’s steps since its inception. The team led by McLeroy decided to change the management and look for an outsider who would lead the food company. The search for the next Chief executive Officer of Zaxby’s was challenging, but they were lucky to Bernard.
Zach is sure that Bernard Acoca is the best person for the position and that they are certain that he will lead the group in the right direction as he preserves the culture and the values of the group. Bernard Acoca is an experienced individual in the hospitality and hotel industry.
Tony Townley and Zach McLeroy established Zaxby’s in 1990. Their primary purpose in establishing the eatery was to offer their customers the best meal from chicken while they feel at home. Zach noted that the food store has grown due to the support it is receiving from the community. Currently, Zaxby’s has over 900 food stores in more than 17 states in America. Zach also noted that leading the food chain company was an exciting and life-changing journey. Refer to this article for additional information.