On Wednesday August 3,2011, Pizza Inn, Inc. (NASDAQ:PZZI), an international conglomerate renowned for serving a potpourri of fresh, traditional and lip smacking pizzas across the globe, announced the appointment of Andy Wittman in their prospective management team as Culinary Operations Manager.
Both Serve Safe and TABC certified personnel, Andy Wittman holds a Bachelor’s degree from Baltimore International Culinary College with an Associate of the Arts degree in Professional Cooking and Restaurant Management.
Wittman inherits an astounding career of more than 15 years in the Culinary industry. Formerly he served as Pizza Inn’s Field Business Consultant supervising 39 franchised units and has also rendered service as its Customer Service Manager. Prior to these, he had served as District Manager for Double Dave’s Pizzaworks and Culinary Lead Manager of Chili’s Grill and Bar.
Charlie Morrison, President and CEO of Pizza Inn, exclaimed that they are pleased to introduce Wittman as Culinary Operations Manager, giving due consideration to his dedicated service of two years to the company, he is convinced that he will render quality service in his new post ,thereby promoting his growth in the company.
In the words of Wittman, he is honoured to be an integral part of the globally acclaimed company, Pizza Inn. Established in 1958, and is looking forward to contribute to its future success.
In addition to his new post, Wittman also attends the American Culinary Federation of Continuing Education Seminars.
Shares of PZZI climbed 2% to $2.55.
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