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small office behind the Belmont store, however, is in an advanced state of disarray, crammed with stacks of sagging banker’s boxes. While his
competitors use highly computerized operating systems that instantaneously display a customer’s order on TV monitors in the kitchen,
Feamster’s restaurants remain firmly planted in the era of ballpoint pens and yellow paper receipts.
Feamster has established strong roots in Pueblo. His wife is a schoolteacher, a fifth-generation native of the city. His community work
occupies much of his time and doesn’t seem driven by publicity needs. He donates money to local charities and gives speeches at local
schools. He pays some of the college tuition of his regular employees, so long as they maintain a 3.0 grade average or higher. And he recently
helped organize the city’s first high school hockey team, which draws players from throughout the district. Feamster paid for uniforms and
equipment, and he serves as an assistant coach. The majority of t...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course MGMT 120 taught by Professor Litt during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.
- Spring '08