At the age of 13, Randy Garutti worked at a New Jersey bagel shop and by 17, he was waiting tables at a nearby country club. While working on getting a degree in hotel and restaurant management at Cornell, he took orders at Brinker International's (EAT) Chili's chain and traveled abroad to learn about different food cultures. After college, he went off to work at a restaurant in Colorado that moved him to locations in Denver, Maui and eventually Seattle.
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