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Golbon Announces Two New Distributor Members

BOISE, ID (July 19, 2011)—Golbon, the foodservice marketing group, announced the addition of Indian Hills Meat & Poultry, effective July 1, 2011, and Campus Foodservice effective June 1, 2011.

Incorporated in 1987, Indian Hills services the greater Wichita metropolitan and surrounding cities focusing on beef, pork, poultry, seafood and produce. Their business plan is to accelerate their growth and diversify into a broadline distributor capitalizing on the Hispanic market growth in their distribution territory.

Indian Hills has also identified the need to market an established brand in the marketplace and has joined Golbon to achieve this goal.

Campus Foodservice is a Los Angeles-based broadline distributor, established in 1991. They service a large number of southern California school systems with a wide variety of frozen, refrigerated, and dry goods.  In addition, they also provide products to the independent restaurant segment as well as retail/c-store customers. 

They have joined Golbon to develop new supplier relationships to provide additional products and services to their ever-expanding customer base.

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