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Principal of Team Four Foodservice, a leading Group Purchasing Organization for the regional multi-unit and emerging national chain restaurant groups. Over 27 years experience as a corporate executive with 2 of the 3 largest foodservice distributors in the country. My partner and I have a combined 70 years experience as distributors, manufacturers and operators. We provide purchasing expertise, a portfolio of manufacturer contract pricing and a unique nationwide distribution network.
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russ, my website doesn't work like most dining guides on the net. Our client is the restaurant operators the signs up and pays to be on the network. In 2007, the guide was free to the entire USA as part of our pilot program and we managed to get nearly 700 restaurants signed up. In 2008, our focus is to develop certain locations across the USA. There is a video on my profile page of how our service works. You can email me at email@example.com if you have any further questions.
Hello Russ. Thats an impressice portfolio of work experience. My name is Al, I am an importer of frozen foods and have experence serving program orders from the likes of US Foods and others. I would like to discuss some of the products my company carries and the opportunities available for us. If you get a moment I would be delighted to her back from you. Best regards, AL
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