Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

NOV 2018

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10 • FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES • NOVEMBER 2018 people&events A ntunes, a Carol Stream, Ill.-based foodservice equipment manu- facturer, raised more than $76,000 for its corporate charity partner Splash through the company's annual golf outing. Splash is a non- pro•t organization that brings clean water to children throughout the world. Over the years, the annual golf outing has raised a total of more than $291,000 to assist Splash in its efforts to provide access to clean water. Antunes also supports Splash on an ongoing basis through •nancial dona- tions from other corporate initiatives and events. "Having traveled to India and Nepal earlier this year to see Splash's work •rsthand, we know the impact this donation will have on the communities that bene•t from their clean water and hygiene programs," said Glenn Bullock, Antunes CEO. Antunes' Golf Outing Raises $76,000 for Splash The number of units Dunkin' plans to add by 2020. The com- pany also changed its name to Dunkin' from Dunkin' Donuts. 1,000 The number of locations Checkers Drive-In Restaurants plans to add in the Milwaukee area. 20 The number of units PJ's Co•ee of New Orleans plans to add in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., in the next 10 years. 40 Shell rolled out its new convenience store brand, Shell Select, which features a new food-focused prototype design that's intended to change the way consumers perceive food available in gas stations. Designed by Bona Design Lab, the U.S. prototype was created on the site of a former Thornton's fuel and convenience store location in Louisville, Ky., that was acquired by Kentucky-based Shell oil distributor Estepp Energy. The site retained the original store structure, but the project team executed a complete redesign of the exterior and interior as well as a new layout. The overall design strives to create a strong food and beverage presentation that includes local touches and products. Inside the store, layout and design work together to put the focus on consum- able offerings. Customers entering the store immediately •nd self-serve beverages situated to their left, while facing an array of food products that •ll the back wall. The location's exterior incorporates an upscale outdoor seating area covered by an awning and screened in by greenery. Shell Select's New Prototype Emphasizes Food and Drink

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