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Sather joined El Pollo Loco in Jan. 2006 as vice president of operations. Prior to joining El Pollo Loco, Sather was senior vice president of retail operations for Great Circle Family Foods, LLC, the franchise operator of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in Southern California. Earlier, Sather was chief operating officer for Rubio's Restaurants, Inc. and held senior management positions with Rally's Hamburgers, La Salsa Holding Company and Taco Bell.
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