Arby’s Apologizes After Employee Refuses to Serve Florida Police Officer
The head of Arby’s restaurant chain apologized after an employee refused to serva a uniformed police officer earlier this week.
NBC Miami reported:
The head of Arby’s restaurant chain has apologized to the Pembroke Pines Police Department after an employee at a South Florida restaurant reportedly refused to serve a uniformed officer.
Arby’s Chief Executive Officer Paul Brown and Senior Vice President of Operations Scott Boatwright contacted PPPD Chief Dan Giustino to apologize on behalf of the organization, according to a police report.
Both men assured Giustino that the employee’s behavior was “unacceptable” and did not represent the company’s values.
Giustino accepted the apology, and the department considers the matter closed.
A Pembroke Pines officer was denied service at the restaurant earlier in the week.