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Newk’s Eatery Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Chris Newcomb

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Michael T. Clock

President and Chief Financial Officer

Debra Bryson

Vice President

Don Newcomb

Co-Founder and Chairman

Klara Smith

Corporate Counsel

About Newk’s Eatery, History and Headquarters Information

Newk’s Eatery was founded in the year 2004. The company has been active for almost 15 years now. The founders of the company were Don Newcomb and Chris Newcomb. The founders of the company had previously created and sold the restaurant chain McAlister’s Deli. In the year 2013, the company was rebranded as Newk’s Eatery. In addition to the updated name, the company introduced a fresh design to its logo. Then in the year 2014, the company was taken over by Sentinel Capital Partners. Sentinel, which specializes in buying and building companies, implemented a plan for rapid growth for the company. Shortly after its acquisition by Sentinel, the company had announced plans to grow to more than 300 units by the year 2018. The headquarters of the company is based in 2680 Crane Ridge Drive. The name of the place is Jackson, while the name of the state is Mississippi, United States. The pin code is 39216.

Newk’s Eatery is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of fast food dishes and recipes, to its customers in the USA. The company currently has its presence in over 100 locations, all over the USA. As of the year 2014, the total amount of revenue generated by the company is more than $141 million. Also, the current president of the company is Michael T Clock.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to experience casual dining, along with fast food and dishes, that are produced and served by the company itself. The products served by the company include sandwiches, soups, salads, California-style pizzas, desserts, fresh fruit, coffee, speciality drinks, wine, beer and a large variety of related items as well.

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  • Richard says:

    Why did the location on GA 20 at I-985 in Buford, Georgia close? We saw it is closed and googled to find out why. It only indicates it is permanently closed. We are very saddened to see it closed.

  • Kacy F says:

    Please bring back the Hot Honey Pizza!!!

  • Laura says:

    Please consider putting a new restaurant in the New Caney Texas location. We would deeply appreciate it

  • Laurie Strehlow says:

    We have been going to your Newks at the Avenues in Jacksonville Fl for twelve years. We go at least 2 times a week. I’m trying to understand why you don’t seem to promote from within. There is a young woman whose name is Amy Roa. She has been there for at least 6 years. She is always there. She runs circles around other employees and yet she doesn’t advance. You have s high turnover of employees at that location. We have seen it first hand. Good people are so difficult to find these days. Why don’t you do something about keeping the good ones??? Thank you for listening.
    Sincerely
    Laurie Strehlow

  • JJ Dupree says:

    Was taking customers to the Spanish Fort AL. store this week and immediately was sickened, not with the food, but the fact that James Bair, your General manager is still there. This is the man that I heard a married woman claim to have been sexually harassed by him over a year ago, then he would inappropriately touch her and rub against her some time later. At the time she claimed that Newk”s had no HR and she feared retaliation against her two children that worked there also. Co-workers had heard this and fellow prep dept. employees had witnessed this.
    Your general manager then scheduled this woman special work hours, having her show up before anyone else with him all alone, scheduled her to work the weekends (her husband worked out of town during the week and was home on the weekends). All these actions eventually led to an affair with this GM and this married employee, which is still going on today. Destroying a family and a marriage. And yes she moved into his home and she is still married. She still works at this location, but her children have quit over this issue and the embarrassment. I’m afraid this has only proved to these young people that management is not accountable for their actions and that they can do as they please with no consequences. This is the same man who fired a black manager that was accused of sexual harassment by a former employee with no questions asked, as told to me by some of your employees at the time. talk about a hypocrite.
    I stood with my friends Aunt and Uncle and listened as her husband spoke to the franchise owner, Kevin Fitzpatrick, which he had him on speaker, in February 2022 and he offered him the name of people who heard and discussed this, the private investigator reports with pictures and videos to show him what was going on. I was appalled by his reaction, he asked my friend ” what do you want me to do?” and my friend replied ” do what you think is right”. After entering the store this last week I realized what he thought was right and that Newk’s does not care about ethical or professional behavior, the fact is that there is no accountability. I thought this was supposed to be family restaurant.
    The reason I write this is that my friend saved my life in combat a long time ago, he and is kids that were employed with Newk’s are having a rough time adjusting to this situation because of the circumstances. And now I know why. I owe this man everything, and if this complaint affects our relationship, then I’ll be the first to assemble a protest for all 5 locations owned by Mr. Fitzpatrick. And anywhere that hires James Bair.
    Sincerely, Justin James Dupree III

  • Leslie Elikan says:

    Hello
    I would like to give Newks an opportunity to make clear it’s COVID-19 restaurant practices as I have an issue with one of your store.

    My son is an employee of a Newks restaurant at this location; 20670 I-30, Benton, AR 72019. The date of this correspondence he had an unpleasant interaction with the manager. They have been short on help at this location as many locations are at this time. The only difference is that this location thought it was acceptable for the manager who was out ill with COVID-19 to come into work before their quarantine period was officially over.

    As this manager was potentially and in all probability still contagious my son did not want to work and wanted to go home.

    When my son voiced his reluctance to work around someone who tested positive for Covid and did not take the proper quarantine precautions he was threatened with termination of his job. My son more than likely would’ve been terminated except the general manager intervened in his behalf and told him he was more than welcome to go home. The general manager however allowed the manager who has COVID-19 to work.

    I would like to make Newk‘s corporate office aware of the situation before we go to social media and or the local press.
    I do realize that many people are not taking COVID-19 serious which is a horrible mistake case in point the hundreds of thousands of deaths in the United States alone has suffered.

    I await your reply and look forward to a resolution of this issue.

  • Jennifer Reese says:

    It took 1 hour to get 2 cups of soup and 2 1/2 sandwiches! Something has to be done to improve that! Order #820130 Online order #678923503788033 Google #034836693772026

  • Jennifer Reese says:

    I called to make sure you had a certain soup on today’s menu and at the time (12:10PM) you did so I placed an order on line at 12:30. Advised my order would be ready in 15 minutes so I left work since we only get a 30 minute break & headed to get our lunch. Arrived with about 15 people waiting for to go orders. I ordered 1/2 sandwich and cup of soup x 2. My order was not ready. I understand it is lunchtime and they are busy BUT when people who placed their order AFTER you did are walking out with their food and you are still standing there….that is not right. I checked on my order 4 times before I pleaded with the girl to check on it. By this time they are OUT of the soup I had called about and ordered! Someone needs to help them organize their kitchen. My online order # was 678923503788033, check #820130 not that it matters. It was poorly handled and it cost some people their lunch for the day with noting to show for it. Will NOT be going back anytime soon.

  • Rose Wilkinson says:

    I was at your store in Tupelo, Ms today. One of your food runners was picking up our dishes because we were done eating. As she took them to the back her boss started yelling at her. She was just trying to help me out. I thought someone should know. Btw the nice young lady’s name was Amanda.

  • Jeffrey Johnson says:

    Manager came i wwaring no mask, hugged employees. Emlloyees not wearing masks or changing gloves. This is the San Angelo Tx location.

  • Allan says:

    Bought gift card and store closed. No response from corporate.

  • Herbert Tingle says:

    I am a associate of Newk’s here in Cullman, Alabama been working there every since they opened there doors, and never have i ever had a problem until 02/09/20 i got written up for not being fast enough on doing dishes, well it so happens that everyone started breaking down things late like a little bit after 9:00p.m almost close to 9:30p.m and i was washing as fast as i could. Everytime i got caught up they were bring back more and so i would wash those to i made sure everything was put up and my area was cleaned and the trash was taken out and the floor was moped and the assistance manager told me that there was a write up on the prep table and i had to sign it for not being fast on my job i don’t think it was right on what they done to me when it was not my fault

  • Roland Bullock says:

    I just took clients for a quick bite at Newks on poplar in east Memphis with a bill of slightly over $40. When I presented a $100 bill I was told they can’t accept $100 bills. When I asked to speak to a manager she said I could pay by card or cancel my order?! Then the she turned and walked away.

    I was also told this was required by “corporate”.

    I’ve enjoyed our neighborhood Newks in the past but was very disappointed in both this new rule and the lack of courtesy in handling. I take clients for lunch or dinner frequently. Is this a hard and fast rule?

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