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Beth Kuczera: Being involved in the creative and inspired ideas of the great and varied clients we serve.
Beth Kuczera: I encourage all children to find something they love, something they can really sink their teeth into, and not to settle in until they do. And there is a lot to love in foodservice!
Beth Kuczera: Joe Duellman: client first, then mentor and friend. It was his idea to start my business and his resources that made it happen. He said I was one of two people who kept their word during his project, and because of that core, I have a business. Joe wanted to pay back the breaks he was given, give a woman in this industry an assist, and have some fun — how great is that man?
Beth Kuczera: People who really sell for a living; people who believe their skills and abilities are worth something.
Beth Kuczera: Cream rises to the top. Study. Seek out mentors. Sell. Margaritas help.