Jon L. Luther

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Jon L. Luther is an American food-service industry Executive. He is the chairman and former chief executive of Dunkin' Brands.[1] From February 1997 until December 2002, Luther was president of Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits, a division of AFC Enterprises.[1] Prior to Popeyes, Luther was president of CA One Services, a subsidiary of Delaware North Companies, Inc. He has also held leadership positions in the contract food service division of the Marriott Corporation and at ARAMARK in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania., where he rose from vending sales director to become president of Davre's, ARAMARK's luxury restaurant subsidiary.[1] Luther also founded Benchmark Services, Inc., a foodservice management firm specializing in business dining for corporations, growing the business into a strong regional competitor. Luther holds a degree in hotel and restaurant management from Paul Smith's College, and honorary doctorate degrees from Bentley College, Canisius College, and Johnson & Wales University.[1]


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