Lake Charles, Louisiana: Walk-On’s CEO Stepping Down And Who Will Replace Him
A former LSU basketball player and co-founder of Walk-On's Bistreaux is stepping down as CEO of the Baton Rouge based company.
Brandon Landry helped create the restaurant chain over two decades ago in Baton Rouge. He's stepping down as chief executive officer but will remain the company’s board chairman.
Scott Taylor, Walk-On's president and chief operating officer, will take over for Landry.
Brandon had this to say in a press release:
Over the past 12 years, Scott and I have built a culture and team that is focused on delivering best-in-class support and results for our franchise partners. He is the natural choice to assume the CEO reins as the brand enters its 20th year.
Do you remember when Drew Bree's went undercover at Walk-On's? In fact, if you're a wrestling fan, Drew kinda looks like WWE Superstar Seth Rollins' brother.
If I'm being completely honest, I'm surprised some of these employees didn't sniff out that something wasn't right. Drew looked like a caveman on crack.
The episode orginally aired on CBS on January 8, 2020: