Linda Helman
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Ron Ruggless and Linda Helman are now friends
Apr 17, 2010

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Chain Store Guide
Discovering new food, Discovering new wines, Making Friends, Networking, Career Advancement, Gaining Knowledge, Other
Personal Quote
We have not inherited the earth from our parents, we have borrowed it from our children.

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At 10:55am on June 15, 2009, Linda Helman said…
Good morning friends. I'm happy to report that is live and open to the public as of 9:00 this morning. This brand-new online network has been developed by Chain Store Guide to provide a forum for retail and foodservice professionals to discuss hot topics, exchange ideas, and promote their businesses. (One of our members has already posted 18 pictures of her products.) Membership is free so check us out. And check back often - we're going to be adding new material on an ongoing basis as well as hosting discussion groups and helping to initiate dialogue among members. Remember, it's, the newest place on the 'Net to network.
At 10:38pm on August 11, 2008, Merrili Jones said…
Hi Linda,

Actually, I have found something. Thankfully I am on track with my career direction. Prior to Pizza Hut which I am starting in full swing on Thursday. I worked for Wal-Mart which was definately not my cup of tea. I have been hired by Pizza Hut will start out learning everything about how it runs and become a Shift Manager. It's a step in the right direction for me anyway.

I generally like people and what a better way to get to knw people than to open up and say hello.

Have a nice day,

At 8:31am on August 7, 2008, Michael L. Atkinson said…
Hi Linda,

Sorry for the delay in mail box is getting quite full these days :-).

While we plan to add a way to upload and hold documents in your profile soon, it is not available just yet. So, here is my suggestion. Create a Discussion post with a primer. Then upload your white paper there. The write a Blog post with a summary. Then, add a hyperlink to the discussion. If you need help with this just let me now.

At 4:55pm on July 16, 2008,
John McGrath
That's fine Linda. I coimpletely understand as I feel the same way, myself. It is the nature of the beast being the businesses we are in, right?
I keep checking in though, ASAP.

Have a great weekend. - John
At 1:20pm on May 28, 2008, Phil Tondelli said…

Thanks for inviting me to THE Group! I am impressed so far and I will dig into the site opportunities further. I just viewed the video on lemons - yuk.... no more for me! Take care,

Best regards,

At 8:39am on May 15, 2008, Amanda Hite said…
Linda, I will be there on the 19th (for the FohBoh) event and the 20th (dinner with Michael). We may just be missing each other. btw.. I love your personal quote!
At 2:41pm on May 13, 2008, Mark O'Toole said…

No Chicago or me. I'll be here in Boston waiting for it to finally get warm!
At 6:20am on May 13, 2008, Adam R. Cox said…
Thanks for the add! I would love to be at NRA, but I have duties in Oregon that keep me here. If you see Amanda Hite, say hello for me. She is one person you HAVE to meet!
At 6:11am on May 13, 2008, Linda Helman said…
Thanks Adam. I've been researching the foodservice business for more than a decade, and I'm really glad to learn about this most excellent forum. I'm heading to the NRA show later this week and plan to stop by the FohBoh Booth. Hope I'll see all my 'friends' there!
At 3:40pm on May 12, 2008, Adam R. Cox said…
Hi there:

Congratulations on joining an awesome community of Foodies, Restaurateurs and other Culinary Professionals!

There is so much to learn and do. I highly encourage you to join groups, submit photos, videos, songs. Also, to create and comment on discussions and blogs! Another great feature is working up your own profile! It is a lot of fun!

I guarantee that you will make friends and learn a few tips/tricks that will help grown your business.

I joined on January 11th, 2008 and learn something everyday. I have also made several friends!

I encourage you to join the Pacific Northwest Food Group as well as Talent Revolution & Leadership Groups.

You can also add all your new friends to your profile! (I have sent a request to you, please add me.)

IF you have any questions, please let me know.




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