Cindi Digiantonio
  • 33, Female
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • United States
  • Thomas and King, Applebees
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Why a managers visit is important........

Started this discussion. Last reply by Doyle Jan 1, 2009. 2 Replies


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The Perfect Beer

The perfect beer is served at 38 degrees or less, in a clean properly chilled glass, with a PERFECT 1 inch head!
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The perfect beer is served at 38 degrees or less, in a clean properly chilled glass, with a PERFECT 1 inch head!
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The perfect beer is served at 38 degrees or less, in a clean properly chilled glass, with a PERFECT 1 inch head!
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The perfect beer is served at 38 degrees or less, in a clean properly chilled glass, with a PERFECT 1 inch head!
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Cindi D
Thomas and King, Applebees
What best describes my company
Casual Dining
Career Advancement, Consulting, Finding a Job, Franchising, Making Friends, Networking
Personal Quote
Be the Manager you would like to work for- Steve Totillo
I started working in restaurants when I was 14 years old, as a salad girl at the Grandview Restaurant in Canfield, Ohio. If you haven't heard of Canfield, that's alright! It's a very nice posh suburb of Youngstown, and I'm sure you have heard of Youngstown. Once I turned 16, I went to better things..McDonalds, where I worked for two years and moved into management. I got a great opportunity to open a new greek restaurant in Boardman, Ohio as an assistant manager at 18, Gyro City. I worked through until I moved to Columbus, Ohio.I worked for Max and Erma's for two years as a store trainer, bartender, expo, pretty much everything!
Well, things weren't well at my location, and in Summer of 2002 I moved home with my parents to pay off all of the credit cards I racked up in college. ( C'mon a free thermos if I sign here, umm ok!) So i started a great career with Applebees which is owned by Thomas and King. I had the opportunity to open 10 Applebees as a corporate trainer, and did many rollouts for the company. I'm now a manager at the Hilliard location with the best management team in the company. I have the best staff I have ever worked with. Andy my RM/DM opens my eyes every day whether in an email, or phone call, total development. I heart my job!
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Cindi D's voting and leadership lesson all in a day......

Posted on November 5, 2008 at 7:43pm 3 Comments

Holy crap! The election is finally OVER! I can't begin to say thank you to all of the networks for all of the jibberjabber off my tv's!!!!

I couldn't be more happier. I walked into my place of voting and I was in and out in 5 minutes (score!). It was 12:30pm and I had to close, so I was sweating bullets that I wouldn't be out in time.

Leadership was chosen last night, it wasn't a popularity contest. When I think about this election, it was the canadiate who… Continue

Rookie manager has the first ever CRAZY day, and did NOT freak out........

Posted on September 30, 2008 at 9:05pm 5 Comments

Have you ever had one of those days when you woak up and just thought " Hmmm, I'm up earlier than my alarm, I'm kicking some ass today, and then one thing leads to another......

Well today was one of those days for me! I was out of my house at 6:15, and excited because I left my house before my ONTIME, and excited to check in my first ever truck order. So I am driving to work and when I am about almost half the way to work I realized, "S***, I forgot my ^&^&*$$ keys". ( I'm… Continue

I made my guests day on the slowest day ever and I flipping smell like polish ; )

Posted on May 26, 2008 at 6:41pm 7 Comments

Happy Memorial Day Everyone!!

At least at my particular restaurant, Memorial Day is sloooooowwwww. If I wasn't working, you can bet I would have a apron on, margaritas in a blender, and more than likely a hangover tomorrow. HAHA. However, like most of you all FOHBOH peeps, holidays for us restaurant peeps can either mean SUPERKICKASS everyone working sales, or " Hey, let's clean everything today." Number two was my task with my associates today. I think the smell of polish is forever… Continue

Changes, people moving on, how to we cope and move on?

Posted on May 19, 2008 at 8:25pm 4 Comments

This year has just been plain crazy for me! I'm not talking since January, but since a year ago, at least for myself in my professional surroundings. It seems like every time I turn around, someone who I work for or with is gone. In some cases, they have sealed their own fate... being late, being lazy ( scamming my company I work for out of money), or just not performing to the standards that they need to be. In better cases, they are or in the process of making their own dream a reality, which… Continue

Guess who's back in school? This GIRL!! HOLLA!!!!

Posted on April 30, 2008 at 9:26pm 1 Comment


After six years of speculation, rumors, and being bored with life Cindi D is back in college!!!! WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!

Alright, apparently, I am Miss Procrastination! Took well, 6 years off when it was supossed to be a quarter from OSU, whoops! Well, duh I am an Aries afterall. Today, I had a wonderful meeting with an advisor from Franklin University, here in Columbus where I will continue my education!

My semester… Continue

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At 2:58am on December 19, 2008, Kathy Olsen said…
Who had a party?!?! I am always the last to even know there was a
At 7:01am on December 16, 2008, Kathy Olsen said…
Either they cleaned up their party well, or was lil angels...I'll never know which one! lol
At 9:17pm on December 15, 2008, Kathy Olsen said…
When are we buying the bar???? I loved spending time with you during OSU vs Michigan...
At 8:16am on November 15, 2008, Rick Holland said…
Hey Cindi! I hope all is good with you. We moved to Boise in late July- still working for Applebee's but it's a different franchise (Applegrove). Things are going pretty well, I still miss AZ and the Thomas and King family, good thing I can still keep in touch! We need "Perfect Beer" up here!!
At 8:14am on November 15, 2008, Andy Swingley said…
You are so cool, thanks for the laugh....well recieved!
At 2:15pm on August 21, 2008, Jason D. Valdez Sabo said…
Hey Girl, you have to send me those WOW train pics
At 4:33am on June 3, 2008, Jennie Johnson said…
Im gonna try to come up when PB rolls out...I'm always up for a Bud LIght! Bring it sista!
At 11:30am on May 27, 2008, Kristen Siqueiros said…
Thank you for your feedback on my latest discussion Cindi. I love that we are able to use our social networking skills to connect with each other. I don't know what I'd do if I didn't have them!! I wouldn't have met you so fast :o) I'll have to keep in touch with you and share my stories for some more input, maybe some good laughs too. Have a great day!!
At 11:01am on May 4, 2008, Kathy Olsen said…
Cindi...Cindi...Cindi...sorry I spelled your name wrong.
(Geeeez!) =)
At 5:57pm on May 1, 2008, taniica jamison said…
Hay Cindi how are you doing I haven't seen you since the x-mas party!!!! How is everything going??????




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