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New Podcast: Leading Women in the Equipment Service Industry

To celebrate Women’s History Month, Service Calls takes the opportunity to speak with three female leaders who help propel the equipment service industry forward, and inspire those who follow. The panel discussion features Caroline Kauffman-Kirschnick, president of EMR; Jennifer Linton, vice president of Choquette CKS; and Katie Green, service department manager, Refrigerated Specialist, and CFESA board member. Plus, technicians from Refrigerated Specialist, Dan Cone Group, Elmer Schultz Services and General Parts answer the question: What are one or two surprising things you always keep in your tool bag?

Want to be a part of the next podcast? Give us a call at (312) 788-7618 and leave a message. You can also email servicecalls@fermag.com.
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Service Calls is a podcast for foodservice equipment service technicians—the techs on the truck—brought to you by Techtown in partnership with Foodservice Equipment Reports. Listen as you drive between service calls to hear timely need-to-know updates about foodservice equipment, practical tips to help jobs go smoothly, real-life tales from techs in the field and more. 

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