My story is that I am an average guy and if I can be successful in the restaurant business, anyone can.
San Bernardino, CA (PRWEB) July 30, 2014
It is Albert Okura’s mission to sell more chicken than anyone in the world.
Chef Okura, founder and owner of Juan Pollo Chicken, is America’s self-proclaimed foremost expert on rotisserie chicken and believes it is his destiny to be the “Chicken Man” of the world. His new autobiography, “Albert Okura the Chicken Man: With a 50-year Plan,” tells the story of Okura’s original rotisserie chicken restaurant and his blueprint for success.
“Most books are written after someone has accomplished a great deal and is retired or deceased,” Okura said. “However, my story is that I am an average guy and if I can be successful in the restaurant business, anyone can.”
The book couples readers with Okura while he pursues his business goals and inspires aspiring business owners in their own personal endeavors. Readers searching for business opportunities will be encouraged by “Albert Okura The Chicken Man’s” message of using your skill set to fulfill your destiny.
“Albert Okura the Chicken Man: With a 50-year Plan”
By: Albert Okura
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and AuthorHouse online bookstores.
About the author
Albert Okura Albert Okura grew up in the 1960’s and 70’s when fast food exploded on the scene. In 1984, he opened his own restaurant selling rotisserie chicken and now owns nearly 30 Juan Pollo Chicken restaurants. Okura resides in San Bernardino, CA and owns the Historic Site of the Original McDonald’s located in San Bernardino, as well as the entire town of Amboy, CA located on the historic Route 66.
For more information visit: albertthechickenman.com.
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