MAFSI Presents 2024 Award Recipients

The awards recognize exceptional performance, dedication and leadership within the foodservice industry and the association.

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Neil Inverso, MAFSI president, with Chris Jeens. Photo courtesy of MAFSI.

MAFSI announced on March 14 the recipients of its 2024 awards. The honorees were celebrated in January at the MAFSI 2024 Conference at the La Quinta Resort & Club in Palm Springs, Calif. The awards recognize individuals and organizations with exceptional performance, dedication and leadership within the foodservice industry and the association.

This year’s winners include the following:

  • Tony Award: Chris Jeens, W. D. Colledge Co.
  • Michael Posternak Pacesetter Award: Mike Klosterman
  • Market Mover Award: Mitch Cohen, Blodgett/Middleby
  • Progressive Partner Award: SEFA LLC and Winston Industries
  • Ed Gregory Marketing Excellence Award: Eaton Marketing Associates
  • Jay Mincks Mentorship Award: Alan Squier, Squier Associates
  • Gary Inverso Inside Excellence Award: Gary Inverso, ONE SOURCE REPS (posthumously)
  • Special Achievement Award: Bill Peters, Food Equipment Representatives
  • Lifetime Membership Award: Tom Mitchell, TLC Marketing
  • MAFSI Rep Rising Star Award: Kate Pennington, Greenwald Sales & Marketing; David Phillips, Premier Foodservice Group; and Colin Squier, Squier Associates
  • Pros to Know Award: Tiffany Hughes, TableCraft Products Corp.

“The MAFSI 2024 conference was a wonderful gathering of industry leaders,” says MAFSI President Neil Inverso in a release. “Recognizing the achievements of our members not only honors their individual and collective contributions but also sets a benchmark for excellence and innovation in the foodservice industry.”

 

 

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