Carl Muth
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  • Atlanta
  • FoodService Resource Associates, LLC
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Carl Muth's FoodService Resource Page

Profile Information

Title
CEO FoodServiceResource.com
Company
FoodService Resource Associates, LLC
Website
http://www.FoodServiceResource.com
Interests
Consulting, Networking
Personal Quote
"If you're gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough!"
Biography
Extensive Foodservice Industry knowledge….. Solid history of sales success…….. Proven ability to develop & execute systems used to streamline operations….. Strong analytical and planning skills……Effective leadership - The ability to coordinate the efforts of many to meet organizational goals…….. Productive and efficient work habits ….. Self-motivator with high energy.

Carl Muth’s Specialties:
30 + years of foodservice experience. A diverse background in sales and business operations. Coordination of multiple projects. Management and training skills. Literate in many computer software programs. Spanish fluency.
Years in the Industry
30+

Pretty Good Resources for FoodService - Take a look at my Website!

I look forward to the networking opportunities that this Social Network will provide us. If you get a moment, please take a look at my website www.FoodServiceResource.com. I created FoodServiceResource.com to help Restaurant Operators open and operate their businesses. I put everything on the site that I would want if I was opening/operating a restaurant today. The website actually started as a way to help a friend of mine open her Catering/Special Events Facility in Alpharetta Georgia (http://www.themetropolitanclub.net). I started finding and aggregating all the information, forms, links, and requirements that I could find from the inter net. The easiest way to organize all the information available was to create a navigatable website. I have now collected information indepth resources for 13 Metropolitan Georgia Counties and 22 States across the country.

I work closely with my State Restaurant Association (GRA), and work to develop tools for Georgia Restrauteurs and Industry Partners (http://www.Discuss-GRA.com) to improve communication and organize their many activities.

If you have websites or tools that you find useful, send me the links/tools (cmuth@FoodServiceResource.com), and I will gladly add them to the the appropriate Page.
For those of you that have websites, I would love to exchange links with you.

Have Fun!
Be #1

Carl


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At 12:10pm on October 4, 2012,
Non-Operator
Samuel Rubenstein
said…

Sounds good.  Give a call to catch up when you have a few minutes.  Hope all is well.  Best regards.  Sam

At 11:26am on April 24, 2010,
Operator
Craig Spann
said…
Thanks for the help. I will not be done with school until summer 2012. i will resources your website. i have a question. Where can you go to get more than kitchen skills. Hard to find a training when you are new at something.
At 4:07pm on February 22, 2010, Laura Ellis said…
I'm here!!!
At 12:29pm on February 6, 2010, Jeffrey J Kingman said…
Carl, awesome - thanks!
At 1:51pm on November 12, 2009, Carl Muth said…
I have a lot of free resources on my website that are excellent for culinary students. I have a section of my web (Restaurant Operations) that goes into detail about what it takes to open a restaurant.

Carl Muth
cmuth@FoodServiceResource.com
www.FoodServiceResource.com
Friend me on Facebook Facebook/FoodServiceResource
Follow me on Twitter http://Twitter.com/restoexpert
At 11:34am on November 3, 2009,
Non-Operator
Deanna Mendenhall-Miller
said…
Hi Carl! I haven't had the opportunity to meet you personally but I've heard wonderful things about your program from Michelle in the Atlanta office!
At 4:11pm on September 29, 2009, Lee Chadwick said…
HI CARL I HAD LUNCH WITH MICHELLE AND HER FIANCEE TODAY; WE HAD A WONDERFUL VISIT.
I AM SO HAPPY FOR HER. AND FOR HIM TOO. NOW WE NEED TO FIND THE WONDERFUL WOMAN THAT YOU DESERVE !
At 7:56am on September 14, 2009,
Operator
lucy alvarez
said…
carl, good to hear from you. glad you are here. call me at 404-451-2133 i have a question for you.


hilton
At 12:14pm on August 5, 2009,
Non-Operator
zane myrick
said…
Keep up the innovative work! Any chance you need an intern with the possiilty of advancement? I have 15 years in hospitality, CIA graduate and child of the computer-age. my email is Zanemyrick@gmail.com. I am new to FOHBOH, so I thank you for the add.
At 11:48am on August 5, 2009, Chuck Shane said…
Hey Carl, Thanks for reaching out to Rick and I. It looks like you're in the Atlanta Metro Area just like us. I look forward to networking with you. Chuck
 
 
 

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