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CoreLife Eatery announced yesterday that the franchising firm has hired Scott Davis as president of the brand. He will oversee the two year-old fast-casual concept as it grapples with profitability, restaurant operations and development.
Davis is known in the industry for his role as chief concept officer of Panera Bread from the brand's inception in 1996 until December of 2015, overseeing product development, menu management, and restaurant design. He worked closely with Panera's CEO Ron Shaich for over twenty years.
"We are extremely proud to announce Scott Davis as a critical part of our executive team to help CoreLife Eatery continue its growth trajectory and introduce the brand and its offering to new communities throughout the United States," commented Larry Wilson, chief executive officer of CoreLife Eatery.
First located in Syracuse, New York two years ago, the fast-casual concept is known to some consumers as offering food derived from its building blocks of greens, grains and broth. It has become a ten-restaurant chain with restaurants now in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The firm plans to grow through setting up company-owned restaurants and selling franchises.