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Unger's restaurant industry background includes 25 years at McDonald's Corporation, where he held various positions of increasing responsibility domestically and internationally. Most recently Unger served as vice president of McDonald's Canada.
Ellis' background includes franchising, real estate development, construction and design, in addition to working with several restaurant companies. He most recently served as served as chief development officer at O'Charley's, Inc. Previously, Ellis served as senior vice president of development at Carlson Restaurants Worldwide, and before that, as chief development officer at Burger King Corporation. Ellis also held various positions of increasing responsibility at Darden Restaurants Inc.
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