Wingstop names operations executive

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Scott McLeod spent 20 years at Domino's Pizza before joining the chicken wing chain.
DALLAS – Wingstop Restaurants Inc. announced Scott McLeod is the company’s new senior vice president of operations.

In his new role, McLeod will oversee the company’s domestic corporate and franchise operations as well as training. He will report to Charlie Morrison, chairman and CEO of Wingstop.

Scott McLeod, Wingstop Restaurants Inc.
Scott McLeod, senior vice president of operations, Wingstop Restaurants

“I am incredibly excited to join the Wingstop family,” McLeod said. “I look forward to collaborating with these talented restaurant industry leaders and to helping Wingstop on its path to becoming a top ten worldwide restaurant brand.”

Before joining Wingstop, McLeod held several senior positions during his 20 years with Domino’s Pizza. Most recently he was National Director of Operations and Development for Domino’s business in the United Kingdom where he is credited with growing Domino’s sales and new store development. He also held senior domestic positions with Domino’s including leading the chain’s South and East area franchise operations. Additionally, he was National Vice President of Development and Operations for Domino’s in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

“Scott has a proven track record for success with significant breadth and depth of experience that comes from working with one of the most recognized restaurant organizations in the world,” Morrison said. “As we continue to grow our business both here in the US and internationally, Scott will be instrumental in maintaining our unique brand position, and positioning us for greater growth.”

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