Profiles In Service: Inspiring Stories from the Foodservice Industry


COVID-19 has challenged us all, especially those that support the foodservice industry. We’d like to share some stories about how we as an industry, backed by a can-do attitude have tapped into our creativity and spirit of hospitality to fuel positivity when it’s needed most. Individuals, small businesses and larger organizations with the help of nonprofits have answered the call to support their communities to bring not only meals, but hope to people every day.

We’d like to take a few minutes to recognize these achievements you may not have heard about on the local or national news – stories that unite us as an industry and as people, including:

Read these first three stories in our Profiles of Service series and look for more to be added as we continue to celebrate the spirit of community within our industry, demonstrating how foodservice can fulfill a critical need for different groups affected by this crisis.

To help those in the foodservice, hospitality and restaurant industries stay up to date with the latest information, the Parts Town team has compiled an online list of reliable COVID-19 resources. Every part of the supply chain, manufacturers, manufacturer reps, dealer/distributors, service agents and end users has been impacted. By working together as an industry, we will get through this and come out even more united on the other side. After all, we are stronger together.

You can help! We want to hear more stories of people making a difference during this exceptional time. Reach out to us via email or direct message us on Facebook if you have one to share.

As an Essential Business Enterprise, Parts Town is fully operational to support our customers, service providers and partners. We’re proud to provide the largest inventory of OEM parts to keep foodservice operations up and running. Visit us at partstown.com 24/7, to experience a personal level of service.


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