Bojangles’ Strengthens its Franchise Field Management Team with Key Promotion



Bojangles’ has promoted Bob Burgoyne to franchise business consultant,where he will oversee the work done for the company with its franchise groups in Tennessee, North Alabama and North Georgia.

Burgoyne will be the ongoing liaison between Bojangles’ and its franchisees by providing counsel and advice to licensees in all aspects of their restaurant operations. He will also assist in the successful development of the franchisee’s business at the individual restaurant level.

“We’re excited about Bob’s new role supporting our franchise partners in Tennessee, North Alabama and North Georgia,” said Bojangles’ Vice President of Franchise Operations Tony Hopson. “Bob’s leadership and commitment will ensure that the brand’s positive momentum continues to move forward building an even stronger relationship with our loyal customers and the communities we serve.”

Having been with Bojangles’ for over seven years, Burgoyne’s experience highlights his knowledge of training and operations for the iconic Southern brand. He has previously served as the company’s manager of training, director of franchise training and operations services and, most recently, franchise field training manager.

Bojangles' Strengthens its Franchise Field Management Team with Key Promotion“It’s difficult to find an organization like Bojangles’ that truly cares about its employees and puts so much emphasis on values, quality, customer service and community relationships,” said Burgoyne. “I am very much looking forward to serving in my new role with a company whose core values are in perfect harmony with my personal aspirations.”

Founded in 1977 in Charlotte, N.C., Bojangles’ Restaurants Inc. serves such classic menu items as made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits; specially seasoned, never frozen fried chicken; Legendary Iced Tea, steeped the old-fashioned way; and a variety of flavorful fixin’s. Bojangles’ boasts more than 500 locations in 10 states and the District of Columbia, primarily in the Southeast, as well as two international restaurants.