Las-Vegas fast-casual Mexican restaurant Ori’Zaba’s is now offering franchise opportunities in a popular, expanding enterprise.
The seasoned management team is led by industry veteran Lee Cartledge, President and Franchise Director for the company. Cartledge has 25-plus years of experience in the food franchise sector. Now with Ori’Zaba’s, he is responsible for developing and maintaining consistent standards of franchise operations, systems and controls, overseeing the franchise selling process and franchisee training, and leading franchisee and franchisor relations. He collaborates closely with the company’s head of marketing, Jen Howell, who has more than three decades of experience, and Campaign/Promotions Manager DJ Wonnacott-Yahnke, who has over 15 years in marketing.
“Our leadership’s industry knowledge and experience are integral to helping potential investors and owners of Ori’Zaba’s throughout Las Vegas achieve their goals with proven processes, coaching and support,” said Co-Owner Ori’Zaba’s Kori McClurg. “Lee and our entire team of professionals are at the disposal of our franchise operators and are vital to our continued expansion and growth of the Ori’Zaba’s brand.”
Ori’Zaba’s, named after the tallest mountain in Mexico, has established a cult-like following in Las Vegas for its flavorful food prepared fresh daily, addicting recipes featuring old world Mexican flavors, and lively environment that keep guests coming back for more.
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