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Our RestaurantSupport Center
On Friday, March 6, 2015, Red Lobster cut the ceremonial ribbons on the new Restaurant Support Center (RSC).
Nearly 300 employees made quite the splash as they arrived in downtown Orlando to get settled in the new building. Comprising of four floors, including a Culinary Development Center, every inch of the office space was designed with Red Lobster's culture - and seafood- in mind. From abstract lobster art on the walls and teak ceilings that resemble the bottom of boats, to collaborative meeting spaces like 'The Think Tank', the new office space is undoubtedly Red Lobster.
Our mission at the RSC is to be of service to the 55,000 team members that call Red Lobster home. The 'heart and soul of Red Lobster is our people' and at the RSC, we are proud to partner with and support operations in our mission, to be where the world goes for seafood now and for generations.
Joe Lee, former Darden CEO; Salli Setta, President & Chief Concept Officer; Buddy Dyer, Orlando Mayor; Kim Lopdrup, CEO of Red Lobster; Teresa Jacobs, Orange County Mayor; Neale Attenborough, Operating Partner of Golden Gate Capital, and Mary Darden, widow of Red Lobster founder Bill Darden.