Has one of your peers retired or moved on, and the decision was made not to replace them? Have you been asked to take on 20-30 more locations recently – most of them in a totally different region of the country?
BROOKSVILLE, Fla.- (April 17, 2017) Regions Facility Services (RFS) Founder Ron Wilhite was recently awarded the RFMY Go-Getter Award in March at the Restaurant Facility Management Association’s (RMFA) annual awards ceremony at the Orlando Gaylord Convention Center.
You can’t predict when disaster strikes, but you can strike back.
It’s every restaurant owner’s worst fear–a fire ravaging your restaurant, but what do you do after the damage is done?
Most of us have walked up to a bar, whether it be before a meal or during a night out, and noticed something that didn’t sit well - a foul smell.
…GREAT things happen.
When it comes to the world of service and hospitality, tile and grout is often overlooked. The simple process of an adequate grout maintenance program is the key in preventative measures to avoid costly floor repairs.
Hal Bolter, President of RFS, was recently featured in the latest Dec/Jan issue of Facilitator Magazine for his article Consistency takes Commitment.
JD Powers recently released the results of an Airport Satisfaction Study, and we were not surprised that Tampa and Orlando were in their top 5 (ranked 2nd and 4th respectively).
RFS announced today that they have just completed the installation of a Kitchen Display System for a large 360+ multi-location restaurant chain.
Pictured left to right: Mike Braman, Executive Director Azalea Park Kristen Bolter, RFS Carole Bolter and Tom McGlaughlin, Residents
Many restaurant concepts refer to their back-of-house areas (kitchen, prep, service bar, etc.) as their "Heart of House" given these areas are the epicenter and soul of existence.
November is a wonderful month. Every year it arrives bringing with it cooler weather, fall colors, and an approaching holiday that almost everyone loves – Thanksgiving.
Business empathy is a must to be successful. Our clients typically do not call us when things are smooth. Today was one of those non-smooth days.
ORLANDO, FL, September 21, 2016/OrlandoSentinel – As part of the Restaurant Facility Management Associations trade show convention, RFS has signed up to co-manage the volunteer project in charge of making over one of Orlando’s busiest lunchtime soup kitchens.
As the hot summer begins to wind down and give way to the refreshing brisk days of autumn, it means we are approaching one of the greatest times of the year: It is football season!
Everyone seems to be caught up in the Olympics. We love to see America dominate swimming and gymnastics. Some of you were disappointed our Women’s Soccer Team went out so early.
If I’m being completely transparent, I’m not a huge baseball fan. However, there is something that I enjoy seeing in baseball that is akin to enjoying Shark Week on television.
If you are like most people, you weren’t working over the July 4th weekend. You were enjoying the festivities that surround the holiday where we celebrate our nation’s independence.
I was born, or more specifically molded, dried, fired in a kiln, and cooled at Cherokee Brick & Tile in Jackson, Mississippi. My life was exactly as expected.