[2] James would later go on to receive his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from University of Texas at San Antonio and in 2003 founded MUY Brands. [10][11][12][13], Bodenstedt was part of a May 2020 White House roundtable to discuss restaurant recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.

Bodenstedt had donated at least $440,000 to Trump's campaign. Brands, an operator of franchised restaurants, including Wendy's and the Yum! MUY! was founded in 2003 by CEO/President James Bodenstedt with his initial purchase of 18 Taco Bell and KFC restaurants in Texas. Bodenstedt purchased 18 Texas locations in 2003 to start MUY!. Companies, which operates locations of those fast-food companies, did donate to Trump. James Bodenstedt is the President and CEO of MUY! [1], Bodenstedt discovered his passion for business while working for McDonalds as a teen, taking their management training program at the age of 15 and by 17, he was a general manager. James Bodenstedt : 4: Flynn Restaurant Group 6200 Oak Tree Blvd. Brands of Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut, and others. A fundraiser was held at the store, and Bodenstedt donated all sales, doubled by Muy, from the day to the victim's family. Wendy's in Edinboro, Pennsylvania led to the shooting death of an employee. He and his wife are major donors to President Donald Trump's 2020 election campaign, donating more than $1 million. By 2010 it had 118 locations, by 2012 it had 230 locations in Texas and New Mexico, and at least 635 locations by 2016, with annual revenue over $630 million. [14][15][16], "Friendly skies: Jet-owning donors reap Trump-era rewards", "Hunger for success - Smart Business Magazine", "Jim Bodenstedt to Present UTSA College of Business Frost Distinguished Lecture April 19", "Monitor 200 Operators Keep Growing - Restaurant Industry Insight and Analysis - June 2016", "Muy Brands LLC - Retail and Food Best Practices", "Sale of 113 Wendy's Creates New Franchisee Unit Leader - Restaurant Industry Insight and Analysis - April 2016", "Justice Department Settles Immigration-Related Discrimination Claim Against Texas-Based National Restaurant Franchise Owner", "Taco Bell franchise owner discriminated against workers who are legally in US, DOJ says", "Vigil honors man fatally shot in Wendy's robbery attempt", "Fundraiser for shooting victim's family fills Wendy's", "Police: Suspect In Custody In Edinboro Wendy's Attempted Robbery, Fatal Shooting", "Wendy's holding fundraiser in Edinboro for employee shot and killed over the weekend", "The first fast-food franchisee to advise Trump on reopening restaurants has donated more than $400,000 to the president's reelection — including $200,000 in March", "Wendy's faces backlash after a franchisee donates more than $440,0000 to Trump, as #WendysIsOverParty explodes on Twitter", "Independent and chain restaurants press Trump on relief efforts at White House meeting", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=James_Bodenstedt&oldid=982969840, University of Texas at San Antonio alumni, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 11 October 2020, at 13:36. MUY paid a $175,000 fine to the Justice Department, as well as requirements for back pay and mandatory training. Companies, MUY Brands, Muy Restaurants, Muy Consulting, or Muy Cos) is based in San Antonio, Texas.

The latter purchase made MUY the largest Wendy's franchisee. Brands and its subsidiaries were among the first companies to receive coronavirus relief aid by the Trump administration. [3], Bodenstedt was Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of R&L Foods in 2010 while building MUY. But James Bodenstedt does not own Wendy's, Taco Bell or Pizza Hut; he owns franchises of those … [7][8][9], In January 2020, an attempted robbery of a MUY! [2], MUY!

Brands (also known as MUY! Hamburger Partners MUY! Third-largest owner of franchise chains in the … [6], In 2019, MUY settled a Department of Justice investigation over employment discrimination. [4][5][6] MUY purchased 70 Dallas, Texas restaurants directly from Wendy's in 2014, and in 2016, 75 franchises from Richard Fox's Great Lakes Restaurant Management in Cleveland, Ohio and upstate New York. Bodenstedt was Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of R&L Foods in 2010 while building MUY. The company has continued to grow and …



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