Shifting focus, PRIDE adjusted the strategy behind this robust website, focusing less on individual product transactions but instead on providing the connection to dealers. The exclusive dealer locator tool gives end-users access to a multitude of desired brands, foodservice specialties, and customer service capabilities.
“The PRIDE dealers are uniquely positioned to provide precise solutions and exceptional customer service to commercial kitchen operators looking for assistance to elevate their operations,” says Karin Sugarman, CEO at PRIDE Centric Resources.
The benefits of The Kitchen Spot include:
- Connecting end users with nearly 100 restaurant dealers that offer tailored solutions
- Access to a variety of restaurant design and build specialists
- Connecting end users with an expert locally
- Access to over 100 of the top foodservice brands
- Library of helpful content for foodservice operators
For more information on The Kitchen Spot, visit www.thekitchenspot.com.
About PRIDE Centric Resources: PRIDE focuses on providing robust resources
There wasn’t a nicer on-campus stadium for college football in the entire country than the one in Tuscaloosa.
That’s what I thought about Bryant-Denny before the $107 million renovation. Now? Now, I understand the psychology of those Egyptian pharaohs of old. They wanted eternal homes worthy of not just kings, but gods amongst men.
No. 2 Alabama reopens its palace of Southern power on Saturday with a 2:30 p.m. home game against No.13 Texas A&M. It’s a fittingly symbolic matchup of wealth and extravagance. Texas A&M might have the most money of anyone in the SEC, and the Aggies’ Kyle Field is an experience more than place, but Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium is a monument to an entire state’s uncompromising, unapologetic love for college football.
We do it better than anyone, for good or ill.
Bryant-Denny Stadium is a house of worship, a source of dreams and a place of business.
If you’ve been spending a lot more time at home these days, you may have thought your house could use a little work. If so, you’re in good company.
More than 70% of people polled by Bank of America about shopping habits during coronavirus said they were taking on home improvement projects, with more on tap for 2021. Sales at building material and garden supply stores are up 11% from last year, according to Census Bureau retail sales data through July. Home improvement giants Home Depot and Lowe’s had breakout quarters.
“Homeowners have become far more aware of the eyesores around their house,” says Dan DiClerico, home expert at HomeAdvisor, a home services marketplace. “Also, our homes are subject to a lot more wear and tear when we’re spending more time at home.”
Of course, one way to save money when doing a home renovation is