Subway franchise group elects new board officers

 
Feb. 13, 2013

The North American Association of Subway Franchisees has elected its board officers for 2013. They include:

David Tennyson, chairman

Tennyson was re-elected to the position at the board's meeting last week. He owns nine Subway restaurants in the St. Augustine area of Florida and runs them with his father, Larry. He started in the system as a Sandwich Artist in 1989. In the past, he has served as board secretary, and on the Operations, Finance and Communications committees.

Mani Sidhu, vice chairman

Sidhu is returning as vice chairman for the second year in a row. He owns two Subway restaurants in the Granada Hills area of California and has been in the system since 1996, starting his Subway career as a Sandwich Artist. Sidhu chaired the Government Relations committee of the board last year and this year is also co-chair of the Membership Committee.

Rob Harper, treasurer

Harper joined the NAASF Board last year. He owns nine stores in the eastern Canada region and is an active member of the Operations Committee of NAASF as well.

Jim Miller, secretary

This is Miller's third year on the NAASF board and he owns two stores in Oregon. He has chaired the Membership and Communications Committee in the past. Representing the West region of NAASF, he will co-chair that committee in addition to his board secretary duties.

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Topics: Franchising & Growth , Operations Management


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