Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

MAR 2018

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MARCH 2018 • FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES • 13 Subway restaurants promoted Tracy Steinwand to director of global operations. In addition to this role, Steinwand will continue to lead Subway's Learning and Development team, responsible for "creating a culture of continual, holistic learning for all members of the field." Holli Hall was promoted to vice president of sales for Supply America, an alliance of independent foodservice equipment and supplies dealers that work together to serve restaurant chains on a national level. She joined Supply America as director of national accounts in 2012. Brian Niccol has resigned from his role as Taco Bell CEO effec- tively immediately. Niccol will become CEO of Chipotle effective March 5, 2018. As a result of Niccol's departure, Julie Felss Masino, president, Taco Bell North America, and Liz Williams, president, Taco Bell International, will assume leadership of Yum! Brands Taco Bell Division in their current respective roles. T&S Brass added Matt Sopko as a California-based customer service representative. Sopko, who is located at T&S' California distribution and customer service center, brings more than eight years of customer service experience and seven years of ware- house experience to his new role. Tropical Smoothie Cafe promoted Kristi Kingery to senior vice president of supply chain and quality assurance. Walk-on's Bistreaux & Bar promoted Tony Caballero to vice president of operations and training. Winholt Equipment Group promoted Dominick Scarfogliero to president and CEO. He had served as Winholt's president and chief operating officer since January 2009. Kristi Kingery FCSI Northeast Chapter Donates $20,000 The Northeast chapter of Foodservice Consultants Society International donated $15,000 to Community Servings, a not-for-profit food and nutrition program providing services throughout Massachusetts to individu- als and families living with critical and chronic illnesses. FCSI's Northeast chapter also donated $5,000 to the FCSI Education Foundation. Seen here are Ed Arons of Colburn & Guyette, Northeast chapter chair; Tim Leahy, Community Servings; Chandra Comfort of Colbrun & Guyette, Northeast chapter secretary and Tom McArdle of TJM Consulting, Northeast chapter treasurer.

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