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Metro State Welcomes Noodles & Company President and CEO on April 26th


Contact: Tim Carroll, Office 303-556-5136, Cell 303-870-7705

Posted: April 21, 2010



WHAT: President, Chairman and CEO of Noodles & Company, Kevin Reddy comes to Metro to be honored as the 2nd Annual Executive on Campus and to visit with management students.  Mr. Reddy will make a public keynote address and hold a Q&A session during the lunch hour.  His presentation focuses on a brief company overview and history of Noodles & Company, challenges and obstacles they face, best practices as a CEO and promoting an entrepreneurial spirit in his organization. 

WHY: The Metro State Management Association and the Department of Management will sponsor the event as a student professional development opportunity.

WHEN: Monday, April 26, 2010 • 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. at the Tivoli Turnhalle

WHO: The Metro State Management Association (student club), Metro State Management Department, and the Executive on Campus Committee invited Mr. Kevin Reddy to campus as the 2nd Annual Executive on Campus.

Mr. Reddy has three decades of experience in senior leadership positions in the restaurant industry at trendsetters such as McDonald’s, Chipotle, and at Noodles & Company.  His distinguished career and achievements were recognized recently by Nation’s Restaurant News who named Mr. Reddy as one of  2010’s “Top 10 Who to Watch” executives.  He has a timely and passionate message about serving employees and customers which is evident at Noodles & Company.

WHERE: Tivoli Turnhalle, Auraria Campus (900 Auraria Parkway, Denver, CO 80204)
For parking and directions, visit www.ahec.edu/parking/ParkingMap2008.pdf

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