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Voodoo Doughnut details

Chief Executive Officer, Voodoo Doughnut

Chris Schultz

Chris was named Chief Executive Officer of Voodoo Doughnut in January 2018, bringing more than three decades of restaurant industry experience to enhance the beloved brand while growing the business. Known for driving operational excellence, growth and innovation, Chris infuses his entrepreneurial spirit and passion for delivering delightful experiences to employees and customers, while being part of the communities he serves. Prior to Voodoo Doughnut, Chris served as Senior Vice President of Operations for MOD Pizza, leading MOD’s expansion from one to more than 350 stores globally. Before joining MOD, Chris spent 13 years in field operations with Starbucks Coffee Company, and as an operational advisor to the Starbucks executive leadership team as the company expanded domestically and internationally.

Founded

May 13, 2003 @ 8pm

Founders

Tres Shannon

Kenneth “Cat Daddy” Pogson

Mottos

The Magic is in the Hole

Good Things Come in Pink Boxes

It’s Worth the Weight

Company

We have more than 250 employees at eight locations in the U.S. Each year our shops welcome thousands of visitors from around the world. Our updated website has seen over three million visitors since it launched in April 2017.

Doughnuts

More than 50 kinds of Doughnuts
Originators of the Cannolo and Bacon Maple Bar
Other favorites include Voodoo Doll Doughnut, Portland Cream, and the Old Dirty Bastard

Voodoo Doughnut Recordings

Founded in 2013, Voodoo Doughnut Recordings is a record label set up by Voodoo Doughnut founders Tres Shannon and Kenneth Cat Daddy Pogson. The Sweetest Cuts from the Original Dough Nuts!

Charities

Voodoo Doughnut supports many local charities and non-profit organizations in numerous ways. Giving back to the community helps to make us successful and is the right thing to do!

Weddings

All Voodoo Doughnut locations offer legal and non-legal wedding ceremonies.

Featured Artists

Voodoo Doughnut locations feature original black velvet paintings by Juanita, duct tape artwork from the in-house Voodoo Doughnut muralist Mona Superhero, and unique stained glass pieces from the Chuck Franklin Glass Studio.

Looking for more details? See The Voodoo Doughnut Story.