Tony Townley is an American entrepreneur and businessman as well as an Oconee resident and co-founder of Zaxby with a net worth of $10 million. Zaxby’s Franchising is one of the fastest-growing restaurant franchise systems in the United States. As of 2022, his annual income is around $1 million.
John Wes Townley died on October 2, 2021 Credit: Getty Who is John Wes Townley's dad Tony? Tony Townley is an American entrepreneur and businessman who is best known for being the co-founder of the Georgia -based chicken chain Zaxby's. Opened in 1990, the branch serves chicken wings, chicken fingers, sandwiches, and salads.
The estimated net worth of Tony Townley is $10 million. Tony is a well-known American businessman and entrepreneur who co-founded Zaxby. One of the American restaurant franchise systems with the quickest growth is Zaxby’s Franchising. His annual salary is approximately $1 million as of 2021.
Oconee’s Tony Townley stepping away from Zaxby’s by Michael Prochaska Nov 25, 2020 0 During the year of Zaxby’s 30th anniversary, Oconee resident and Zaxby’s co-founder Tony Townley is stepping away to focus on family, according to a company spokesperson.
Tony Townley experienced a life-changing event in August 2019 when he underwent open heart surgery. Though he is well today, the six month recovery period gave Townley and his wife, Elizabeth, plenty of time to ponder their future.
Tony Townley was born on June 13, 1960 in Statesboro Georgia. Townley also graduated at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro Georgia. He is responsible for the fiscal health of the company at Zaxby’s. Tony has a wife, 3 sons, and I daughter. When he is not working at Zaxby’s, he likes to fish, hunt and do other outdoor activities.
John Wes Townley — whose father is a co-founder of Zaxby's, sponsor of his NASCAR vehicle — was shot and killed when he attacked his ex-wife with a hatchet, police say. ... Tony Townley, who ...
Zach McLeroy is out as CEO of Zaxby’s, the chicken restaurant chain he co-founded with Tony Townley in 1990. He will become chairman in January 2022, and Bernard Acoca will become the Athens, Georgia-based chain’s first CEO hired from the outside. When congratulated on being “kicked upstairs,” McLeroy laughed. “That’s exactly right.
Zach McLeroy remains CEO of Zaxby’s after the buyout of his partner, Tony Townley, by Goldman Sachs in a $2 billion transaction. One thing is very different for Zach McLeroy, CEO of Zaxby’s, now that Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division bought the brand and Tony Townley, his business partner for 30 years, has exited.