Currently I'm Senior Sales Manager at Petrossian's New York wholesale division. We sell caviar, smoked fish, and other gourmet food items to hotels, restaurants, lounges, caterers, country clubs, and retailers.
I've been doing this for 5 years and I LOVE it!
Burger King Corporation, 1983-1989
Campus Coach, Sumer of 1989
Briggs Red Carpet Associates (DMC), 1990-1993
Accent-On Theatre Parties, 1993-1998
Le Cirque 2000, 1998-2000
Sony Executive Dining Room, 2000-2003
State University of New York College at Fredonia
AAS in Travel and Tourism Marketing and Sales from CCFL
Grand Diplome from French Culinary Institute in New York
Member of the New York Women's Culinary Alliance
Even though I'm still in the process of putting my profile page together I've started a group called "Food Styling". Will open a few more too tonight. Now hopefully I can be around enough to contribute.
yes alive I am.I was born with 2 livers and have a family that I vehemently detest so much that my goal is to see each and everyone of them put in the ground.Hope all is well Michael....ps I adore caviar more than scotch..
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