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Mary Brown’s CEO goes undercover

editGreg Roberts, CEO of chicken and tater franchise Mary Brown’s, is featured on this week’s episode of Undercover Boss Canada, as he checks if the company can maintain brand consistency in the process of a massive expansion.

For the episode, Roberts disguised himself as a Mary Brown’s employee and joined the restaurant chain’s front-line operations for a week, taking on various tasks and learning what goes on behind the scenes.

“Mary Brown’s has always been proud of the people that work in our restaurants, preparing the signature chicken and taters Canadians love,” he says. “It has been a very positive experience to get to work so closely with a few of the shining stars of our company, learning about their lives both in and out of Mary Brown’s.”

“It is great to see Greg getting into the heart and soul of our company,” says Nigel Beattie, president and chief operating officer (COO). “The teams that work in our stores give their all. We wouldn’t be as successful as we are without the efforts they make every day to ensure our customers receive the best products and service in the industry. We’re extremely proud to be able to share a few of their stories with the rest of Canada.”

The new episode will air on Thursday, March 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.





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5 comments on “Mary Brown’s CEO goes undercover”

  1. Hello. Sorry I missed your show but as a rock boy I ate my fair shear of Mary Brown’s Chicken while I was in Placenta NL for the month of March this year.Staff was awesome and friendly towards me.Thank you for such a great product.
    Cyril J Carroll

  2. I watched your undercover boss. I felt your generosity was very impressive and very generous. For our graduation in the Air Force as Air Structure Technician, in CFB Borden we had Mary Brown’s, instead of the usual coffee and donuts. Watching this show reminded me of this, thanks for the memories.

  3. I have currently been trying to find mary browns nutritional infomation for 45 minutes. Its not on teir website and all I seem to find are partial descriptions of some things.

  4. I watch this show from time to time and often tear up from the generosity that’s expressed by the owners of each business. In my opinion, this episode has displayed over the top scincerity and emotion from the CEO. Well done, you’re a good man and thank you for choosing to do the right thing. 🙂

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