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Pizza Expo 2014: Michael Shepherd Talks Employee Solutions

By Pizza Today


Michael Shepherd, owner of Six Hundred Downtown in Bellefontaine, Ohio, gives a sneak-peek look at his School of Pizzeria Management course: Employee Solutions. All School of Pizzeria Management courses will be held at International Pizza Expo, Sunday and Monday March 23-24. at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Shepherd is a four-time World Pizza Champion who owns and operates three unique brick oven-style pizzerias in Northwest Ohio. Over the past 17 years he has grown his small-town locations into a multi-million-dollar company. He will speak at Pizza Expo 2014 on attaining a 20 percent profit margin on Tuesday, March 25, and again on Wednesday, March 26. He is an instructor in School of Pizzeria Management courses on employee issues to be held Sunday and Monday, March 23-24.

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