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One Team.
One Mission.

As Allies and Good Citizens, we work collaboratively
and support one another as we strive to grow Inspire Brands.
Stronger Together
​​​​​​At Inspire Brands (Arby's, Baskin-Robbins, Buffalo Wild Wings, Dunkin', Jimmy John's, Rusty Taco, and SONIC Drive-In), we pride ourselves on being a company that brings together unique brands and aims to make them stronger than ever before – and we need a diverse set of perspectives and experiences to achieve our vision. Only by providing an inclusive work environment that elevates team members of all backgrounds can we ensure that we have the best people to deliver exceptional service to our guests, a positive working environment for our team members and excellent results for our stakeholders.
Business Resource Groups of Inspire Brands
​​The Business Resource Groups of Inspire are team member formed and led, with a mission to strengthen the leadership skills of their members,
provide networking opportunities, and serve as resources for our diverse teams. Below is a look at the current Business Resource Groups at Inspire; we will support new Business Resource Groups as they are formed, to foster an inclusive and diverse workplace. 
See What Our Team Members Have To Say
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“Being part of Champions of Women Leaders has been very rewarding. Being included in conversations around different experiences, perspectives and personal development has been valuable. It has been my compass in navigating in challenging environments, having broader perspectives, and has helped me become a confident and optimistic leader.”
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Jackye Watkins Champions of Women Leaders
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“Inspire Brands is a place where I am proud to come to work because not only am I challenged to support our restaurants in order to help them grow, but I know that I can bring my full self to work in order to accomplish those goals. The culture at Inspire Brands fully embraces the diversity of our people, and I couldn’t be happier to be part of the team.”
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Adam Beauchamp Pride
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“Inspire Brands can feel like a big place, but the business resource groups help create a sense of belonging and connection to others with different backgrounds, but similar interests. This ultimately leads to a fulfilling, inclusive and positive work environment.”
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Emily Conrad Inspire P2
(Potential. Possibility.)

Fostering a Winning Culture and Organization

Army Veteran Turned Jimmy John’s Franchisee is Giving Back at VA Hospitals
As a former U.S. Army Captain and combat veteran, Wyatt Batchelor understands what it’s like to be on the front lines. He served three deployments to Afghanistan over five years in the Army before retiring in 2014. Now, as a Jimmy John’s franchisee with MBN Brands alongside Leo Nolan, Michael Mulcahy and Kevin Mulcahy, Batchelor is working to give back to those risking their health for the country’s safety.
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The Tomey Family is Living the American Dream One Sandwich at a Time
When Fawzi Tohme left Lebanon and immigrated to the United States in 1972, he did so with only $25 in his pocket and the American Dream in his sights. After arriving at Ellis Island and changing his last name from Tohme to Tomey, Fawzi ultimately settled in Detroit. Fawzi worked countless jobs over the years to put himself through school, support his growing family and build a foundation that eventually allowed him to operate his own business as a Jimmy John’s franchisee.
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How Jimmy John’s Teams in Pennsylvania, California Are Helping Others
“We came up with this idea to keep all of our people safely working and helping the community,” said Trey Satterfield, Regional Director for Atlas. “So our teams created the Atlas Street Team East and Atlas Street Team West, where we identified different organizations to help.”
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Inspire Equal Opportunity Employer Statement
Diversity is part of our core values; we embrace inclusion. To that end, Inspire Brands is committed to being an equal opportunity employer. This means we make employment decisions based on merits, qualifications, and needs. It is against company policy to discriminate on a person’s race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or other protected group status.