Caterease Catering & Event Management Software: Nothing Else Even Comes Close
Caterease is a progressive catering and event management software for all catering operations from restaurants to independent caterers. Despite its power, flexibility and sophistication, Caterease is extremely intuitive and easy to use.
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Hey Susan do you guys get many requests for integrated paging for alerts and such. We are the paging guys. If you think a chat about integration might make sense reach out to me. Continued great success. RF
Hi Susan, Thank you for your invitation to link as friends. I live in Dublin, Ireland and looking out now, it seems like October rather than July. Wet and miserable. It is 01.20 am, so the darkness does not help.
I was in Naples last September, no not in US, but in Italy. Beautiful area, Sorrento, etc. Wish I was there now... dreaming!!
Best wishes from Kerryabu aka John
Thanks a lot for your interest. I am a food producer (gourmet holiday cookies) as you can see by our website. A lot of company's give our "gift box" to clients during the Christmas Season. We are also involved with the "Gift Basket" industry and will be in a trade show in Atlanta in August. If we can be of service to you or your company in any way let us know.
Here is the best pointer I can give you, just know that the more you are involved, then the more people will come to you for certain things. It is so easy for us newer members to take advantage of this site, and it it is very easy to make a name for yourself here in this stage of the game :o) If you need anything, then please let me know if I can help you out in any way! Have a great day Susan!
The coffees come in a variety of roast levels and include organic and Rainforest Alliance Certified™ options: French No. 6®, Red Wagon® Organic Coffee, Good Morning™, Hi-Rev® (delivers more caffeine), and Lost Lake™ Decaf Organic Coffee.
ARG recently sold 14 company-operated restaurants in Tampa, FL to Mosaic Investments, Inc. (Mosaic), a fully integrated investment firm based in Atlanta. In addition to remodeling existing locations slated to commence at the end of 2014, Mosaic has committed to build 13 new Arby's restaurants in the Tampa area over the next nine years.
Prior to joining Smoothie King, Bruno served as vice president of retail sales, operations and franchise development for Fannie May Fine Chocolates, a division of 1800Flowers.com, where he oversaw a $69.5 million retail division that included 100 corporate stores and 45 franchised stores.
If you are looking for capital to start or grow your restaurant, create the next 501c3, develop and launch the next app for the restaurant industry,or want to help your peers in some meaningful way, we want to know about it.
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