Faster than you can say "Spicy Pickle," the Denver-based regional sandwich chain has lost its president.
Less than a month after Marc Geman became president of Spicy Pickle Franchising Inc., he has resigned the position as well as his membership on the company's board "to pursue other interests," according to the company.
Spicy Pickle co-founder Anthony Walker also resigned his position on the company's board but will remain its chief operating officer. The news is concurrent with the election of three new board members. Hmm.
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The latest shake-ups also follow on the heels of co-founder Kevin Morrison's departure from the company to start up a new Mexican street food business, Pinche Tacos.