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Jack Brill Named Vice President of Business Development for Metz Culinary Management’s Southern Accounts

April 18th, 2013News Releases

Dallas, Pa. (Thursday, April 18, 2013) – Metz Culinary Management is making a concerted effort to expand in the South with the hiring of Jack Brill as Vice President of Business Development for the company’s Southern accounts, which include clients in healthcare, long term care, colleges, universities and independent schools.

His primary focus will be the state of Florida, home to Metz Culinary Management’s new Sarasota-based Southern Division Corporate Office. Metz currently has more than 160 food service and environmental service accounts in 14 states.

“Jack will help us in our commitment to continue to grow the Florida market and surrounding area for all segments of the business,” said Jeffrey Metz, President and CEO of Metz Culinary Management. “His addition to our team is a huge benefit for managing our current clients throughout the South. He will look to expand our presence in this area while enhancing the quality of our services. We very much look forward to having him aboard.”

Brill has more than 25 years of progressive experience in the retail and foodservice industry. He has worked with multinational food corporations, independently owned family-run operations and military programs in addition to owning and operating two foodservice companies. Past responsibilities also include national sales management, sales force training and distributor program selling.

“I’m thrilled to join the Metz Culinary Management team and feel that we have services that are uniquely qualified for the South,” said Brill. “As company founder and Executive Chairman John C. Metz told me, ‘When we get a new client, they don’t become part of us, we become part of them.’ That kind of dedicated service will persevere in this area.”

Brill resides in Longboat Key, Fla. with his wife Antoinette. He has two children.

 

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