Clarence Otis Jr

Clarence Otis, Jr.

Clarence Otis discusses his version of retirement

Former Darden Restaurants CEO advocates for public nutrition and youth services

Clarence Otis left his post as chairman and CEO of Darden Restaurants Inc. last year, but the longtime executive continues to remain active advocating for health and youth services.

Otis had worked at Darden, the world’s largest full-service restaurant company, since 1995 and had been its CEO since 2004. Before joining Darden — the parent company of Olive Garden, Seasons 52, Longhorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, The Capitol G

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