Jackson-based Newk’s Eatery recently promoted Adam Karveller to Vice President of Information Technology and Keith Moody to Vice President of Franchise Operations. Both Karveller and Moody collectively bring more than 40 years of experience in the information technology and restaurant operations industries to the fast-casual brand.
Karveller will oversee the brand’s technical operations both in the field throughout Newk’s 98 restaurants and in the brand’s corporate support center. Most recently serving as Newk’s Director of Information Technology, Karveller first joined the company in September 2008 to manage the brand’s growing IT department, having worked in the IT industry since he was 15 years old.
Moody will oversee the operational standards and financial success of Newk’s franchise teams, He most recently served as Newk’s Territory Director of Franchise Operations, having first come to Newk’s in September 2013 with more than 20 years’ experience in franchise operations. Moody previously served as Division Director with Krystal Restaurants, managing 140 franchise locations.
Prior to Krystal, Moody owned three Burger King and two Original Pancake House restaurants. Moody also rose through the ranks of Burger King Corporation, from General Manager to Franchise Sales and Service Manager.
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