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Schneck and Tumpey appointed to fill roles in sales, marketing and development areas.

DeLorenzo and Chujoy take on new positions.

Paul Ellingson remains chairman of the board for the Tacoma, Wash.-based foodservice equipment and supplies dealer.

USGBC recognizes foodservice equipment manufacturer's headquarters for its sustainability efforts.

Reps forecast 5.2 percent growth rate for first quarter of 2012.

The longtime member of the foodservice equipment industry transitions to his new role from Beverge-Air.

Johnson named Kitchen Data Systems brand manager.

Manufacturer of tissues, wipes and napkins appoints Lewis president.

Award honors industry's groundbreaking foodservice equipment.

Crockett joined the Oklahoma-based foodservice equipment and supplies dealership in 2001.

Pair of foodservice professional to take on larger corporate responsibilities while maintaining divisional roles.

Uncommon Ground, located on Chicago's North Side, has been named the Greenest Restaurant in the Country by the Green Restaurant Association (GRA). Each Certified Green Restaurant goes through a thorough process of certification to meet the GRA's environmental standards.

Hamada to take on new role.

While fast-food giants may be the iconic members of the segment, a growing number of fast-casual and limited-service restaurants are grilling their own opportunities within the burger business.

Association recognizes individuals and organizations for their contributions to the foodservice industry and the rep function.

After 30 years as a casual dining operation, Woody's Bar-B-Q is repositioning itself as a fast-casual and express concept.

Executive moves include a slew of promotions.

The Melting Pot Restaurants’ founders set out to shake up the better burger segment with a fresh, new, kicked-up fast-casual concept.

Danny Collis becomes the MAFSI president.

Operators' plans for capital spending at highest level in more than four years.