Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

JAN 2019

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people & events ® The ONLY manufacturer of commercial refrigeration & cooking equipment that pays it forward the moment you purchase. TRUSTED SINCE 1955 BOOTH NO. 4144 Plant-A-Tree Pledge EARTH DAY NETWORK ¨ We plant a tree for every product we sell We are an official sponsor of EarthDay.org Our products use the newest, energy saving hydrocarbon refrigerants DOE & Energy Star 4.0 certified WWW.MIGALI.COM Alto-Shaam added two directors of national accounts to its retail team. Tami Olson previ- ously served as national account manager and has been with Alto-Shaam since 2002. Kyle Rinker joins Alto-Shaam with previous experi- ence at Rotisol, a manufacturer of rotisseries and catering equipment. He served as western regional business development manager, where he was responsible for overseeing all dealers and representatives in the United States, as well as generating leads and sales. Fred Glick was named president of Chanti- cleer Holdings, a multiconcept operator of fast-, casual-, and full-service restaurant chains includ- ing American Burger Company, BGR – Burgers Grilled Right, Little Big Burger, Just Fresh, and Hooters. Cini-Little hired two foodservice industry veterans: Carlos Arreola and Chuck Schuler to serve as associate project managers in Los Angeles and Kansas City, respectively. The hiring of Schuler now gives the company a presence in the Kansas City market. Crown Brands made four personnel moves that impact sales and marketing. Michael Bohland becomes Crown Brands' senior vice president of national accounts; Craif Foy, vice president of the south east region; Patrick Grove, director of marketing – front of the house products and Sue Levin, product manager – kitchen and food prep. Dunkin' Brands Group promoted John Varughese to senior vice president, international with responsibility for all aspects of Baskin-Robbins and Dunkin' business units outside the U.S. He replaces Nigel Travis , Dunkin' Brands chairman, who served as interim head of international for the past nine months. Travis will continue in his role as chairman of the board of directors. Steve Follett will retire from his post as president of Follett LLC, an ice machine manufacturer owned by The Middleby Corporation. Korey Kohl, a Middleby group president overseeing the company's collection of beverage-related companies, will Foodservice Pros on the Move Kyle Rinker Tami Olson

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