Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery Appoints New CEO, COO In Strategic Staff Update
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery announced it has shifted two veteran employees into new C-Level positions on the executive team. Eddie Goitia, former CFO, and Logan Reves, former vice president of operations at Tilted Kilt will be stepping into new roles as CEO and COO, respectively.
As he steps into his new role as CEO, Goitia will take responsibility of the day-to-day operations of the company. Ron Lynch will remain in the role of president and act as a chairman of the company guiding the leadership team and overall strategy of the brand. Reves will directly oversee the marketing, operations and training departments in his new position as COO as well as the strategic menu development for the brand. With several years of experience at Tilted Kilt and decades of experience in the restaurant industry between the two, Goitia and Reves will lead the new wave of leadership and initiative for the growing brand.
“Eddie and Logan are two exemplary additions to the Tilted Kilt executive team. With an inside knowledge of the restaurant industry and the Tilted Kilt brand, there is no better choice to help usher the brand into its next phase of growth,” says Ron Lynch, president and chairman of Tilted Kilt. “Not only has the pair proven themselves time and again in their success and years with the company, but they’ve emerged as true leaders.”
With more than 95 locations open across the U.S. and Canada, the Tilted Kilt continues to flourish and grow as people seek more convenient, casual dining options with a unique ambiance, innovative menu options and unbeatable hospitality. From start to finish, guests keep coming back because they feel part of the production. With the entertainment restaurant industry on the rise, Tilted Kilt aims to open 10 additional pubs in 2016.
“As Tilted Kilt continues to solidify its position as a leader in the restaurant industry, it is finding new and unique ways to innovate in every aspect—from menu items to store design. The brand is continuing to grow, despite shifts in the restaurant industry,” says Lynch. “The new leadership will be a refining force for the company as it continues to pass milestone.”