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ColoradoBiz CEO of the Year 2015 finalist: Mark Davis

He's just getting started


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CEO, Tokyo Joe’s

In his first year on the job, Davis has spearheaded the fast-casual chain’s biggest expansion yet – and he’s just getting started.

Davis opened the first Tokyo Joe’s outside Colorado; five new locations will be open in Texas in Arizona by year’s end to bring the company’s total to 35, then comes a push into Southern California. “We’re looking to open 10 to 12 in 2016 and 15 the year after that,” Davis says.

He says the company’s employees underpin its success, so managers’ perks include a week at "Tokyo Joe’s house" in Maui. Growth might mean a sister getaway closer to home. “We keep thinking we’ll go up to the mountains,” says Davis.

 

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Eric Peterson

Denver-based writer Eric Peterson is the author of Frommer's Colorado, Frommer's Montana & Wyoming, Frommer's Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks and the Ramble series of guidebooks, featuring first-person travelogues covering everything from atomic landmarks in New Mexico to celebrity gone wrong in Hollywood. Peterson has also recently written about backpacking in Yosemite, cross-country skiing in Yellowstone and downhill skiing in Colorado for such publications as Denver's Westword and The New York Daily News. He can be reached at Eptcb126@msn.com

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