Food Business News - May 15, 2018 - 28
Trevor Haynes named interim chief
executive officer of Subway
MILFORD, CONN. - Trevor Haynes, chief business development officer, has been named
interim chief executive officer of Subway.
He will succeed Suzanne Greco, who has
informed the quick-service restaurant
chain of her intent to retire on June 30.
Mr. Haynes has held numerous
leadership roles at Subway since joining
the company in 2006 as territory manager in Australia. He moved to the United
Kingdom in 2009 to serve as the senior area
development manager for the U.K. and Ireland and in 2014 joined the team in Milford
to serve as the global director of operations.
Following her retirement, Ms.
Greco will become a senior adviser to
the company. She joined Subway in 1973
as a "sandwich artist" and would later
spend more than two decades as part of
the research and development team. She
facilitated the creation of the Independent Purchasing Cooperative in 1996
to handle the Subway brand's product
purchasing. In 2013 she was promoted to
vice-president of operations and research
and development in 2013 and was named
chief executive officer in 2015.
"We would like to express our deep
appreciation to Suzanne for her lifetime
Trevor Haynes, Subway
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of service in building Subway into one of
the world's greatest successes," Subway
said in a statement. "She was there
when the first sandwich shop opened,
and as c.e.o. she focused on helping the
company adapt to a more competitive
and dynamic environment. As we work
with Suzanne on a smooth transition for
the business we cherish, we are grateful
for her extraordinary contributions and
her insightful and dedicated leadership.
We are optimistic about the brand and
look forward to working with the next
c.e.o. to ensure a robust future for the
Late last month Subway announced
it would shift its focus overseas and close
about 500 U.S. locations in 2018. The
announcement comes after the restaurant chain shuttered hundreds of stores
in both 2017 and 2016. FBN
May 15, 2018