Waffle House CEO on hurricane response: ‘Show up and start feeding people’

Waffle house ceo on hurricane response: ‘show up and start feeding people’

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Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer discusses why he thinks it’s so important that his restaurants reopen after disasters such as Hurricane Ian.

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