Posted by Scott Blanchart on January 29, 2018 05:24:08Blanchard has been with the Blanchards since 1982, working in a variety of capacities.
He began as a dishwasher, and in 1986, became a dishwasher for the family restaurant, then a full-service restaurant.
In 1994, he opened his own restaurant in the same building, and has been a fixture in the neighborhood ever since.
Blancherts success has been built on the simple fact that his restaurant has always been there for the community.
“It is not about me or my reputation.
It is about people coming to Blancharts restaurant, and making Blanchers a better place to be,” Blanchhart said.
“That is our motto, and that is what we will continue to do.”
Blanchharts success is rooted in the fact that he loves the community, and his restaurant, which he calls “a family affair,” is a reflection of that.
He and his wife, Melissa, have been partners at the restaurant for 11 years.
“We’ve had an unbelievable run here.
We’ve had people come from all over the world, from different countries.
We have a very loyal, family-oriented customer base,” Blanches wife Melissa said.
Melissa Blanching is a certified dietitian and has helped her husband develop Blanchery’s nutrition program.
“I’m not saying we haven’t gotten into some controversies, but we’re not at the forefront of it.
We’re still a family restaurant.
We don’t have an agenda.
We just do what we do,” Melissa said, explaining that Blanch was always willing to make changes that would make the Blanches restaurant a better experience.
Blanch’s commitment to community service is well-documented.
Blanche was a founding member of the North Central Dallas Community Action Network (NCAN) which provides community and civic services to underserved communities.
He also has been the executive director of the Dallas-Fort Worth Neighborhood Council, a non-profit organization.
“Blanch has a very good sense of community.
We can do the same thing, whether it’s cleaning our sidewalks, keeping our buildings in working order, or making sure our sidewalks are kept in a clean state,” Melissa Blanch is quoted as saying by the Dallas Morning News.
“The Blanches don’t just have an ‘out of the box’ approach to business.
They’re very focused and proactive in the way they serve.”
Blanche said that he is honored to be able to continue serving the community at Blanch’s, and to provide a sense of belonging and community to the community he serves.
“This restaurant is not for everybody.
It’s a family affair.
We love everyone in the community and we’re proud to serve our community.
It will be a great honor to continue to serve the community,” Blanche said.
Blanche has a degree in business administration from Texas A&M University, and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of North Texas.
He lives in Houston, Texas with his wife and four children.