(CNBC) As more restaurants open on Thanksgiving to boost sales, one Pizza Hut manager decided that he'd had enough — and it cost him his job.
After working his way up from cook to general manager at the company, Tony Rohr was fired, he said, for refusing to open his Elkhart, Ind., store on Thanksgiving, which he was told was mandatory.
"I just decided I wasn't going to agree to it," Rohr said. "All of these people the whole year had been told they were going to have the day off."
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