Who Is Paul Damico From Undercover Boss?

Following a three-week nonattendance, CBS’s bolting reality program, Undercover Boss season 11, returned Friday night with its fifth episode, which highlighted Paul Damico. Fluffy’s Taco Shop’s CEO reported his participation on the program through Linkedin. Paul Damico went secret at his past diner Round Table Pizza on the latest episode. The pizza café, which has north of 400 outlets, is notable for its extraordinary formula and batter. Covert Boss follows eatery CEOs and proprietors as they go secret to look at how their laborers perform and how they are veering off-track. The program likewise expects members to do a mysterious assessment of their previous foundations.

Who is Paul Damico In episode 5 of Undercover Boss? Paul Damico is notable in the retail business for the achievement of a few restaurants. In 1982, the famous gourmet specialist moved on from Comsewogue Senior High School. Afterward, he enlisted at Johnson and Wales University. Damico procured a four year college education in science prior to work in lodging, eatery, and institutional administration.

Paul Damico Paul started his expert vocation in 1986 as the Vice-President of HMS Host’s International Concept Development division. He moved to FoodBrand LLC in 1999 in the wake of working there for a considerable length of time and expanding the organization’s range from 20 to 75 marked associations. As a prime supporter, the restaurateur helped with the development of around 100 cafés. Likewise, he became President of Moe’s Southwest Grill in 2008. During Paul’s six-year residency at the café, he got the Georgia Restaurant Association’s Restaurateur of the Year grant in 2015.

Paul Damico Afterward, he began to work with organizations like FOCUS Brands, aiding the improvement of a few food outlets’ administration and deals. Besides, as CEO of the Round Table Pizza organization in April 2020, Damico has essentially expanded its degree. At long last, in August 2021, the famous restaurateur was named CEO of his present café business, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop.

The establishment has had a fruitful vocation and is accepted to be valued at $700,000. He has likewise been an individual from the Georgia Restaurant Association, Women’s Food Service Forum, Share Our Strength, Illinois Restaurant Association, and International Food Manufacturers Association.