Pro Food Systems presents employees with leadership opportunities as the company continues to grow.
Over 100 people are now employed by Pro Food Systems Inc. (PFS), best known for its Champs Chicken and Cooper’s Express brands. INC magazine has once again named PFS as one of the ‘fastest growing companies in America.’ This is the company’s seventh consecutive year on the list.
Those 100 PFS employees support more than 700 branded quick-serve locations in convenience stores and supermarkets located across 37 states.
“These promotions and position changes reflect our company’s commitment to maximize support for our retail partners,” said CEO Shawn Burcham. “We are continuing to build a high performing team by recognizing and rewarding individuals for their hard work and commitment. All five of the following individuals are passionate team players who consistently exceed our business partners’ expectations while growing our business. As we position the company for another record year of growth in 2016, I am pleased to announce that new leadership opportunities have come to these outstanding staff members.”
AMANDA WAGNER– promoted to director of marketing
Amanda brought a strong record of advertising agency experience to PFS. As brand manager, she successfully managed a half million dollars of local advertising support in 2015 for our retail partners.
TIM SULLIVAN– promoted to regional manager, Western U.S. field operations
Prior to his 4 successful years as a senior business advisor at PFS, Tim brought over 10 years of progressive leadership experience within the food/grocery distribution industry.
CRAIG MULCAHY– promoted to regional manager, Eastern U.S. field operations
Craig joined PFS in early 2014 as a Business Advisor and immediately demonstrated the value of his 25 years of leadership experience within the restaurant franchise operations and store development niche.
BRIAN HARDING– reassigned to a newly created national key account manager position
Over his seven-year tenure, Brian has demonstrated outstanding skill in cultivating strong relationships with wholesale partners and multi-unit retailers. This position was created to leverage those special talents.
BRYAN DAVIS– reassigned to regional manager, Central U.S. field operations
Bryan served well as regional manager, Western U.S. field operations, but will now move into a similar role for the central region. His leadership and training skills will be appreciated by one and all.