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Ty Graham joined the Outer Banks Boil Company team in 2016 and partnered with his longtime college friend, Matt Khouri to open the organization’s second location in Wilmington, NC called Cape Fear Boil Company. Prior to OBBC, Ty had worked as a Business Development sales rep for a startup software company in NC called NextGlass. After NextGlass was acquired and merged with another software company in that space, Ty left the venture to begin his career with OBBC. Within the first year of business, Ty’s Cape Fear Boil Company location fulfilled over one hundred catered boil events and grossed over $100,000 in sales. In only year two of operation, CFBC managed to turn a solid profit and now in year three, continues that trend upwards.
As the Chief Financial Officer of the OBBC franchise operation, Ty is an expert at evaluating and monitoring company metrics, improving operational efficiencies, assessing financing options and identifying where risks and opportunities exist. Ty’s work as CFO goes beyond budgeting into several facets of the company. He is also an expert at helping to plan media initiatives. His strong experience and background in marketing gives OBBC a greater opportunity to collaborate and make data-driven decisions around what’s working and what’s not working with regard to company strategy. Ty’s skill set is crucial in developing company systems and ensuring that those systems are scalable for maximum growth potential.
Ryan Miller entered the commercial real estate industry directly following his graduation from University of Maryland College Park in 2012 with a degree in Business Management. He started at a local boutique Manekin, before moving to Colliers International and now currently works at Savills as a Managing Director after opening their Baltimore office. Savills is a global commercial real estate firm that specializes in tenant representation.
Throughout his career as a commercial real estate broker, Ryan has advised clients throughout various industries throughout the country compiling of millions of square feet. During his first seven years in the business world, Ryan has been honored with the numerous accolades listed below:
Nominated and accepted into the National Savills Studley Academy: Internal young and upcoming group of professionals around the country who are part of a 2 year program. This is sponsored by corporate and all members are selected by senior brokers who are top producers. (2018)
Cristo Rey Leadership Advisory Council: Members of the council are asked to serve as an advocate for the school in the community and support Cristo Rey Jesuit High School's signature event, Stand Up for Students, to raise money, engage current donors and introduce new constituents to the school. This committee focuses on securing sponsorships, selling raffle and event tickets, as well as securing silent and live auction items. This committee organizes the logistics and identifies the talent for the event, and helps share the mission of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School. (2017 – present)
Living Classrooms Foundation Leadership Council: comprised of Rising Stars Program Alumni (Rising Star Class of 2016) who serve as a Development committee for the organization. Leadership Council members support the philanthropic mission of the organization, with a focus on helping residents and communities of the Baltimore-Washington region. (2018 – present)
Baltimore Business Journal 40 Under 40 Honoree: The BBJ will again recognize 40 outstanding young professionals under the age of 40 who are making noteworthy contributions to Greater Baltimore’s business, their companies and community. Each year the BBJ’s 40 Under 40 class is chosen from the hundreds of nominations that are submitted and the expertise of the BBJ’s editorial board, and represents the best of the region’s young businesspeople (2017)
Junior Achievement of Central MD Associate leadership Council Volunteer of the Year (2018)
Selected as a honoree of the inaugural class of the Maryland Terrapin Club 30 Under 30
After two years of discussing opening a new store that would service Ocean City and Delaware Beaches with childhood friend Matt Khouri, Ryan along with Will Jenkins opened the 3rd store, Delmarva Boil Company in June 2018. DBC is quickly building a strong brand and following in a hyper competitive market, where consumers have a plethora of dining options. During the first year of business, Ryan was able to leverage his strong Baltimore network to organize three successful events where DBC partnered with local breweries. This allowed DBC to make money during the slow offseason while continuing to build brand awareness with those who will ultimately vacation where DBC’s storefront is located.
As the Chief Sales Officer for Outer Banks Boil Company, Ryan will deploy his sales experience, business development expertise and social media strategy. By utilizing these skills, Ryan will assist OBBC with identifying potential franchisees, interviewing these candidates and selecting those who will ultimately purchase a franchise. In addition, he will use his networking ability to form strategic partnerships with various vendors, advisors, clients, etc. Overall, Ryan will be the “champion” for the OBBC brand and unsure that no “rock” goes unturned!
Kirk Lamb joined the Outer Banks Boil team in 2015. As Matt’s first non-family member employee Kirk has seen the outstanding growth of the company and is looking forward to the new journey, the Outer Banks Boil Company has started. Kirk has recently received his bachelor's degree in marketing strategy from The University of North Carolina Wilmington. While earning his degree Kirk and Matt partnered with a long term friend Justin Seekford to open the fourth location of the Outer Banks Boil Company located in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 2019. Kirk is looking forward to now fully serving the entire Outer Banks with the Corolla and Kitty Hawk locations.
As the Chief Operations Officer for the Outer Banks Boil Company franchise LLC, Kirk’s experience in all levels of the business give him a great perspective to help new franchisees run a smooth operation. Kirk has implemented new inventory control systems to reduce costs and increase revenue. Having been with the Outer Banks Boil Company, Kirk has helped train employees and introduce new strategies to help increase profitability. With a background in marketing strategy, Kirk is looking forward to continuing to create a marketing plan that will increase revenues and customer satisfaction. Having been in all positions of the business, Kirk truly knows what it takes for the operation to become successful and is looking forward to working with new franchisees and developing successful new locations.