Michael Frazier Named GM in Georgetown
August 1, 2014
We are pleased to announce the hiring of Michael Frazier as general manager for our Georgetown, Texas location. In his role, Frazier’s responsibilities include strategic planning for the Georgetown location, maintaining a healthy environment, enforcing ethical business practices and allocating resources.
“Michael’s leadership style, Georgetown connection and extensive experience in the restaurant industry will bring added value to our management team, as well as provide a fresh viewpoint for our Georgetown store,” said Bill Bayne, chief executive officer for Fish City Grill. “As we continue to grow our stores and franchises, we welcome the opportunity to bring in new team members who fit with our company culture and help us continue to uphold our reputation for serving quality seafood and spirits at honest prices.”
Frazier brings nearly 18 years of restaurant leadership experience to the Fish City Grill family. Prior to joining Fish City Grill, Frazier was managing partner at Longhorn Steakhouse where he was responsible for overall execution and results of restaurant operations, in addition to development of more than 65 team members and three departmental managers. Before this, he was the general manager for several Red Lobsters across Texas and Oklahoma. Frazier entered restaurant management right out of college, studying Long Term Care Administration at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
Frazier and his wife, Diana, moved to Georgetown in September 2012. As he continued to pursue a career in the restaurant industry, Diana opened a day spa in Georgetown, Beach Bodies USA, in June 2013 after retiring from a 28-year career in the restaurant industry.
Throughout his career, Frazier has represented his business organizations by taking part in community groups such as the Georgetown Visitors Center, University of Texas Day of Giving, Georgetown Swirl, First Friday, Boys and Girls Club, Salvation Army and The Caring Place.
Be sure to say hello to Michael next time you’re in the Georgetown Fish City Grill!