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National Restaurant Association

TRADE ORGANIZATION

Official Website:
http://www.restaurant.org/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James S. Broadhurst
Business
c. 1943   CEO of Eatín Park Hospitality Group
Herman Cain
Business
13-Dec-1945   Godfather's Pizza
S. Truett Cathy
Business
14-Mar-1921   Founder and CEO of Chick-fil-A
Steven A. Davis
Business
c. 1959   CEO of Bob Evans Farms
Jo Ann Emerson
Politician
16-Sep-1950   Congresswoman, Missouri 8th
Frank Fahrenkopf
Business
28-Aug-1939   CEO, American Gaming Association
Ruth Fertel
Business
5-Feb-1927 16-Apr-2002 Founder, Ruth's Chris Steak House
Richard Hug
Business
c. 1934   Environmental Elements Corporation
Joe R. Lee
Business
c. 1941   Red Lobster and Olive Garden
J. Willard Marriott
Business
17-Sep-1900 13-Aug-1985 Founded the Marriott hotel chain
Richard E. Marriott
Business
1939   Billionaire, Chairman of Host Hotels
Joseph P. Micatrotto
Business
c. 1951   CEO of Buca di Beppo, 1996-2004
Richard E. Rivera
Business
c. 1946   President of Darden Restaurants, 2001-04
John Schnatter
Business
16-Aug-1962   Founder of Papa John's
Esther Snyder
Business
7-Jan-1920 4-Aug-2006 Co-Founder of In-N-Out Burger
Julia A. Stewart
Business
c. 1955   CEO of IHOP
Jackie Trujillo
Business
c. 1936   CEO of Harman Management, 1995-2004
Ted Turner
Business
19-Nov-1938   Founder of Cable News Network
William Zeliff
Politician
12-Jun-1936   Congressman from New Hampshire, 1991-97


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