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Brad Holaway is doing something he once pledged he’d never do. However, the Scottsdale business owner is proud that he didn’t stick to that promise he made as a youth.
And today, the president and co-owner of Copperstate Restaurant Technologies is happy to carry on the family business that has roots dating back to 1920, when his grandfather started a cash register service company in Dayton, Ohio.
“I swore I would never work in the family business. But in retrospect, it was great because I got to work with my dad,” said Brad Holaway, who, in 1985, joined the company his father Roy Holaway started in 1969. “As you get older, you appreciate things like that.”
Brad Holaway purchased Copperstate with his brother-in-law and company vice president Tom Francis from his father in 1999. What started as a service and sales business for many industries has evolved into a full-service POS, or point of sale, company dedicated to the restaurant industry….Read More