The winner of the competition takes half ownership of Good Times -- and reportedly will earn at least $250,000 per year.
... assuming Good Times stays open long enough and is consistently packed. Would love to see the small print.
He said he had a "life-changing moment" last November and realized he was just doing too much. He wanted to give someone else the opportunity to be successful so he could spend more time with his family.
But instead of going through the traditional managerial/partner interview process, why not also make a bundle on a production deal? SCORE!
Btw, regardless of walking time (I technically work in Madison, but if we're going by that standard, it's more like Illinois), the contest is based in Fitchburg and his "$4 million home" in Verona.
Meh. Someone tell me how it ends.