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Takosushi names new COO

Bruce Sacino, COO of Takosushi International Bruce Sacino, COO of Takosushi International

Bruce Sacino New COO of Takosushi International, Inc.

 

AUGUSTA, GA, (July 2012): Takosushi International, Inc., the parent company of the Takosushi restaurants in Georgia and South Carolina, announces the addition of Bruce Sacino as Chief Operating Officer. Sacino's responsibilities include the management of all five Takosushi restaurants—maintaining consistent standards and procedures at all locations; streamlining processes for maximum efficiency; hiring, training, and evaluating FOH and BOH staff, as well as building and leading teams with a commitment to excellence; and developing and executing new concepts.

 "We are pleased to welcome Bruce to the executive management team," said Kevin Goldsmith, CEO of Takosushi, International, Inc. "He is a phenomenally talented chef who has a solid and impressive culinary history, as well as a strong background in management. Bruce was the executive chef at the Augusta National Golf Club (Augusta, Georgia), the South Carolina Governor's Mansion (Columbia, South Carolina), and World Yacht Cruises, LLC (New York City, New York). We are fortunate to have someone of Bruce's caliber and experience to join our organization."

Takosushi

Where does the Far East meet the Southwest? At Takosushi. Founded in 2005 in Augusta, Georgia, by Kevin Goldsmith, Takosushi is a unique restaurant that blends traditional Southwestern dishes with contemporary Asian cuisine. From flash-fried sushi rolls and smoked pork takos to goat cheese and portabella quesadillas, Takosushi's menu is as varied as it is eclectic. There are currently five Takosushi locations in the Southeast: Augusta and Evans, Georgia; and Aiken, Columbia, and Greenville, South Carolina. For more information, visit www.tako-sushi.com, fan us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

 

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