Buying Group Nissco Recognizes Dealer, Vendors

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From left: Marie Kennedy and Allie Kennedy of Pro Kitchen with Mike Jewett of Nissco.

Nissco Restaurant Dealer Group, a nationwide network of foodservice equipment dealers and vendors, celebrated the following awards during a ceremony on March 7.

Dealer of the Year Award
The Dealer of the Year Award went to Pro Kitchen for its “dedication to business and the pursuit to push through during tough times. In a word, resilient.”

Vendor of the Year Award
The following vendors were honored with the Vendor of the Year Award for their contributions in the following categories:

  • Heavy Equipment: Atosa USA
  • Light Equipment: Nemco Food Equipment
  • Smallwares/Tabletop: Browne Foodservice
  • Specialty Products: Advance Tabco

New Horizons Award
The following Nissco vendors received a New Horizons Award for achieving exceptional double-digit annual growth:

  • Advance Tabco
  • Arctic Air/Broich Enterprises
  • Bally Refrigerated Boxes
  • Browne Foodservice
  • C.A.C. China
  • Continental Refrigerator
  • G.E.T. Enterprises
  • Jackson & Associates
  • Krowne
  • Metro
  • Sterno
  • TableCraft Products
  • Thunder Group
  • Turbo Air Group
  • Waring Commercial

Vendor Skyline Award
Three additional vendors earned recognition for growth, receiving the Vendor Skyline Award:

  • Grindmaster-UNIC-Crathco
  • International Tableware
  • Unified Brands

“These awards signify more than just recognition for the individuals involved. They are a tribute to the collective spirit of excellence that exists among all members of the Nissco Restaurant Dealer Group and serve as an inspiring reminder of what is possible when hard work meets dedication and determination,” says Mike Jewett, CEO of the Denver-based buying group, in a press release.


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