Bojangles’ Inc. has elected the former chief financial officer of Lowe’s Cos. to its board, according to a Form 8-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday.
Robert (Bob) F. Hull Jr. was appointed as a Class III director. He will serve the remainder of the term, after which he will be eligible for reelection at the company’s annual shareholder meeting in 2018.
“I am honored to have been appointed to serve on Bojangles’ board of directors as I have long been a devoted fan of the brand’s famous biscuits, fixin’s and iced tea,” Hull said in a statement Wednesday. “My intention is to draw on my background to create value for our stockholders, customers, partners, and team members.”
The 52-year-old retired from his post as CFO with Lowe’s in early March 2017 after serving for 14 years. Hull is presently the CEO and founder of Integrity Strategic Solutions.
“We are pleased to welcome Bob to Bojangles’ board of directors. His enviable record of leadership, significant insight into the retail industry, and relevant board experience will make him an excellent addition to our Board. We look forward to gaining from his perspective,” Bojangles’ CEO Clifton Rutledge said in a statement.
Bojangles is a North Carolina-based fast food restaurant operating in 11 states and Washington, D.C.
The company’s stock, which operates under the ticker BOJA, has risen to $13.70 from its opening of $13.60 Wednesday.
The filing can be found here.