Lucky Strike's Cheryl Inouye has Been Promoted to President of the Company

Mar 21, 2011, 13:28 ET from Lucky Strike Lanes

LOS ANGELES, March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Lucky Strike Lanes is proud to announce that Cheryl Inouye, Lucky Strike's Chief Financial Officer since 2006, has been promoted to President and will be responsible for leading the overall company's operations, sales and marketing.  Cheryl will also continue to head Lucky Strikes' finance, human technology and resources. Cheryl has had 12 years of experience in her field.  Prior to Lucky Strike, Inouye served as Sr. Vice President of Business Operations Finance at House of Blues Entertainment, the southern-inspired live music venues and outdoor amphitheaters. Prior to that, she served as Chief Financial Officer for MDP Worldwide, Inc., a feature film production and distribution company and Stephen J. Cannell Productions, Inc., a television production and distribution company.

"I am truly honored to lead such a strong team and be a part of this amazing brand in lock step with founders, Steven and Gillian Foster."  Steven Foster adds, "Cheryl has repeatedly proven herself to be a rare leader equally capable in the financial and operations arenas.  She brings focus, dedication, creative intelligence, team building, intuition, passion and care to our company.  Above all she effortlessly infuses wisdom in her approach to all things Lucky Strike Lanes."

About Lucky Strike Lanes

2003 was the end of an era for the iconic Hollywood Star Lanes, an institution that served Hollywood for 43 years and was home to the filming of "The Big Lebowski." In March it was leveled to make way for a school. But just as the door to one icon closed, another opened. In April of that year, Lucky Strike Lanes debuted its first location in Hollywood. Wanting to pay homage to its predecessor, Lucky Strike purchased Lane #7 from Star Lanes and made it Lucky Strike Hollywood's bar. It's been good luck ever since. Seven years and 19 locations later Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge continues to roll its way across the country.

SOURCE Lucky Strike Lanes