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The Oaks Academy's Good Manners Lunch

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C&T Design Co-Sponsors The Oaks Academy's Good Manners Lunch

The Oaks Academy, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, provides a quality, faith-based education that stretches far beyond the pages of a textbook. Students are taught the importance of respect starting at an early age. One facet of respect that we here at C&T are lucky enough to witness them learning about and putting into practice each year are good manners.

It became apparent rather quickly at last week’s Good Manners Lunch that they spend their time in an environment that fosters respect. Second and sixth graders alike listened intently to each other speak and responded with interested and thoughtful questions.This lunch occurs each year and provides students with the opportunity to use what they learn about manners in a more formal dining environment. Never has a room filled with so many second and sixth graders been so quiet as when Linda Adams, The Oaks Academy's Partner Program Director, needed their attention so the picture above could be taken. We were in awe.

C&T Design and Marian Inc. partner to sponsor the Good Manners Lunch because we wholeheartedly believe in The Oaks Academy and their mission.

Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your day! We look forward to and truly appreciate the opportunity to sit down and talk with these great kids each year.

To read more about The Oaks Academy and the amazing things they have accomplished, please visit their website here: http://www.theoaksacademy.org.

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Investing in Us.. for You!

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The overwhelming majority* of the C&T Design sales and consulting team recently traveled to Los Angeles to attend a trade show involving all things foodservice in February. NAFEM, the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers, brings, what feels like, everyone (and their mothers) in the foodservice industry under one roof every two years. More than 600 manufacturers (so they tell me - I lost count after 500!) and 20,000 foodservice professionals come together to learn about, discuss and see for themselves the latest trends, equipment and technologies in our industry. This trade show is a great opportunity to not only keep up-to-date on what is new in the industry but to also continue fostering relationships with manufacturers and other industry professionals.
At the end of the day, we do all of these things so that we may better serve our clients' needs and arrive at the optimal solution for their foodservice establishment based on their footprint, budget and needs.

*Some were busy at that time managing client projects, but they were filled in on the latest and greatest by those able to attend. We send as many on our team as possible because an investment in us is an investment in our customer's satisfaction.

NAFEM 2015 at the Anaheim Convention CenterThe NAFEM Show
Anaheim Convention Center 

As always, thank you for putting on an amazing show, NAFEM!


Photo courtesy of NAFEM's Flickr page.

Click here to visit the NAFEM website.

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True’s Re-Designed Glass Door Merchandisers

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By SEFA's Carla Landi
True's Re-Designed Glass Door MerchandisersTrue’s re-designed Glass Door Merchandisers increase product capacity, lower energy costs, and offer new accessories that make it even easier to move product.
The re-designed GDM-10-LD provides four levels of storage space instead of True's Re-Designed Glass Door Merchandisers three, increasing the capacity to 168 20oz. bottles while still maintaining the 54″ height.
Like all equipment from True Manufacturing, these attractive units can be enhanced with custom graphics to help promote brands and/or products. Impressive LED lighting integrated into the door illuminates and draws attention to the unit’s contents.
As one has come expect from True, these Glass Door Merchandisers are EnergyStar Certified. One of the re-design features is True’s patented reversing condenser fan motor. This motor helps maintain a clean condenser while using less energy than other units. In fact, the low energy usage on these units exceeds EnergyStar standards by 31%.
Step it up even further with the new TrueFlex Shelving Option. TrueFlex Shelving provides flexibility for a variety of product types. The TrueFlex Gravity Feed Organizer, with an enhanced silicon slip agent, offers the perfect glide system for both cans and bottles.
Watch the video below for a closer look at the features and benefits of True’s re-designed Glass Door Merchandisers.
 

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C&T Design Opens New Office in Northeast Indiana

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C&T Design kicked off 2015 by opening a brand new office in Fort Wayne, Indiana to better serve the northeast part of the state! 

Please join me in welcoming Rob Niman, C&T Design Fort Wayne's Branch Manager. Rob comes to us with a wide variety of experience in the foodservice industry. He spent more than 10 years with the steam equipment manufacturer AccuTemp as a Territory Manager covering Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois. From AccuTemp he moved to Duncan Supply as a Foodservice Territory Manager. There he handled refrigeration, water treatment and ice producing equipment. Rob has more than 20 years of foodservice industry experience in not only commercial kitchen equipment sales but also kitchen operations arming him with the knowledge and expertise to be your foodservice design, solutions and equipment partner. Please join us in welcoming Rob Niman and the Fort Wayne Branch to C&T Design!

C&T Design - Fort Wayne Branch
260-443-6759

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Emily McClelland Named FE&S Magazine's January DSR of the Month

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Foodservice Equipment & Supplies Magazine's Dealer Sales Representative (DSR) of the month was named earlier this week.

Congratulations to Emily McClelland! She was named DSR of the Month for January and deserves it.

 

 

Emily has been a part of C&T Design since her college days when she spent the summer of 2007 interning at the corporate office in Indianapolis. After earning her degree from Purdue University in Hospitality & Tourism Management, she was hired on as a Project Coordinator in 2009. She took the opportunity to spend her first few years under the tutelage of the seasoned foodservice design and supply veterans Larry Simonel and Phill Strauss learning from some of the best in the industry. (Cumulatively, those two gents have more than 100 years of foodservice industry experience!)  She has made quite the name for herself in the Indianapolis area in the few short years she has been in the industry.

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