We want to wish you and your family a wonderful, restful holiday this year. As we reflect on the past year we are so grateful for all of the incredible relationships we have built with our members, which we value greatly and do not take for granted. We are so excited to see what the future holds and how we will continue to grow together in the next year!
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RFMA 2018 Preview: Quick Fire Sessions
Quick fire sessions at RFMA 2018 are short, 30-minute education sessions packed with valuable information. These are hosted at various times throughout our three incredible days of learning with expert speakers at RFMA 2018. Click each title to read more about these interesting sessions or click here to register for RFMA 2018!
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Restaurant Hospitality Honeygrow, a 22-unit fast-casual chain , has launched a sister concept intended for the lunchtime business crowd. The Minigrow locations are both in New York City, with a third expected to open in NYC this week.
General Parts Group is your independent provider of commercial kitchen equipment repair, specializing
in food-service equipment, HVAC and all forms of commercial refrigeration equipment. We offer a full
range of services to support the entire life-cycle of your equipment including repair, installation,
planned maintenance as well as O.E.M. parts distribution.
QSR Starbucks Puerto Rico is opening its 25th location on the Island, a new café on the Metropolitan University (UMET) campus in Cupey, which is part of the Ana G. Méndez University System (SUAGM). It is the first Starbucks store to open since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico in September.