Kevin Warrene Named as Regional Sales Manager for Avalon Foodservice

CANAL FULTON, Ohio (June 16, 2010 - PRNewswire)—Avalon Foodservice, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Warrene as a Regional Sales Manager.  Kevin is joining Avalon, from Sysco Cleveland where he was a District Sales Manager for the last 6 years. Prior to his work with Sysco Cleveland, Kevin worked for 16 years at Abbott Foods and Sysco Central Ohio in sales and sales management positions. Additionally, Kevin was involved with training support and initiatives for the sales force and customer base. 

Before entering the foodservice distribution industry, his experience included positions as a Chef and Food and Beverage Director in the Hospitality Industry.  Kevin's extensive management experience and background in selling to the restaurant and other commercial market segments will further enhance the capabilities of Avalon Foodservice to provide valuable services to its rapidly expanding customer base. 

Avalon Foodservice, a broadline foodservice distributor, has the experience, personnel, and infrastructure to handle its customers' needs.  Avalon delivers throughout the state of Ohio into Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.  Customers include progressive independent restaurants and national quick-serve chains, long term healthcare and assisted living facilities, day care, correctional institutions, schools, hotels and more.  Avalon is independently owned, but is a member of UniPro Foodservice, providing unmatched buying power nationally. 

Avalon's vision is to be the best at what our customers value most.  What does a customer value most?  If it is personal service, innovative solutions, concern for your business and the ability to respond quickly, Avalon Foodservice is the partner.

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