Feb. 28, 2012
The National Food Service Security Council (NFSSC) announced that Bill Boddie, president and CEO, Boddie-Noell Enterprises, will serve as a keynote at its 33rd Annual Conference, Aug. 5-8, in Baltimore.
NFSSC is a trade association for loss prevention, risk management and security professionals in the casual dining and quick-service restaurant chain industry.
"We are pleased to be able to feature an industry operator like Bill Boddie," said Jim Forlenza, executive director, NFSSC. "Boddie follows in the tradition of quality, thought-provoking C-level speakers that the NFSSC meeting has traditionally delivered to its members. The story of Boddie-Noell is truly unique and shines a spotlight on the American entrepreneurial spirit."
Boddie-Noell is a privately owned, family-run company based in Rocky Mount, N.C. Primarily involved in the restaurant industry, Boddie-Noell is the largest franchisee of the Hardee's hamburger chain. Boddie-Noell also has concepts Texas Steakhouse & Saloon, Café Carolina & Bakery, Highway Diner and Moe's Southwest Grill restaurants in its portfolio.
In addition to the keynote presenters, the event features educational sessions and programs, roundtables, exhibits, scheduled practitioner/vendor meetings and networking functions.
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