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Falcon Holdings average salary is $84,864, median salary is $84,864 with a salary range from $65,125 to $104,603.
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Associate Product/project Manager 65,125-65,125 North Andover, MA, 01845 2010 Falcon Holdings Associate Product/project Manager Salaries (1)
Falcon Holdings North Andover, MA Salaries
Director Of Marketing 104,603-104,603 Los Angeles, CA, 90001 2010 Falcon Holdings Director Of Marketing Salaries (1)
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  • Falcon Holdings LLC
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Oak Brook, IL
  • Falcon Holdings, LLC is an operator of approximately 100 Church's Chicken restaurants. Falcon Holdings is a limited liability corporation. The primary owner is Aslam Khan who bought the company in September 1999. Aslam Khan purchased a severely challenged company that without the purchase would have gone into bankruptcy.