Myers Enhances Presence In San Francisco

Myers Restaurant Supply is getting bigger on the West Coast. The dealer’s new Alameda, Calif., office is its second in the Bay Area. In the past three years, Santa Rosa-based Myers also opened new offices in Southern California and New Jersey. It had a booming year in 2014, reporting sales of $38.3 million, a nearly 80% increase over the prior year’s sales.

“The Bay Area office fits perfectly into our long-term business strategy,” said Myers CEO Charlie Fusari. “We targeted expansion into the San Francisco area to offer enhanced service to our new and existing customers in the area.”

A new team of industry veterans will run the Alameda office. Managing the office as v.p.-operations is Randy Bishop, who also will have expanded company responsibilities. He is joined by Lori Tebo, senior estimator; Jim Henry, senior project manager; Michael Scheiman, contract sales rep; P.J. Patton, project manager; and Greg Pozun, estimator. 

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