ACG Kentucky presenting dealmaker Ed Glasscock on the Long John Silvers deal
Association for Corporate Growth Kentucky is presenting attorney/dealmaker extraordinaire Ed Glasscock on Tuesday, June 19.
Glasscock will discuss the deal that kept Long John Silvers’ headquarters and its high-paying jobs in Louisville, according to an ACG news release.
Glasscock is an investor in LJS Partners, which acquired Long John Silvers from Louisville-based fast-food giant Yum! Brands in late 2011. Yum! Brands had long been trying to sell both Long John Silvers and A&W Restaurants, with A&W ultimately going to a Lexington, Ky.-based group.
The fast food seafood chain has about 1,300 franchised stores and 8,400 employees worldwide.
The ACG event includes networking and breakfast and will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Louisville Marriott Downtown, Third and Jefferson streets downtown.
For more information, call 502-627-5045
Click here to register. Registration for members is $30 per person or a discounted rate of $190 for a table of six. Non-members can register for $60 per person. Non-members may apply for membership in advance to receive the discounted member rate by visiting www.acgkentucky.org.
About ACG: ACG Kentucky is a chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth, a non-profit national networking organization for M&A, private equity and finance executives.
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