Wednesday, November 17, 2010

11/18-Don Fertman, William K. Seppi, Larry Lipson

Don Fertman-CBS "Undercover Boss"

Don Fertman is the Director of Development for Doctor’s Associates, Inc., parent company of the SUBWAY® restaurant chain, a position he has held since 1998.  In this capacity, he oversees all aspects of the franchise development pipeline, from lead generation to restaurant opening.  Don has also functioned as Director of Franchise Sales since 1988.  Since joining the franchisor in 1981, Don has seen the company grow from 166 restaurants at the time he began his career to more than 32,000  units in 91 countries today.  During his tenure at Subway, Don has functioned as the Public Relations manager, publications editor/writer and company photographer before becoming Franchise Sales Manager and later Director.  Prior to his employment at Subway, Don was affiliated with the company through his previous career as a freelance writer and musician, writing and performing jingles promoting Subway sandwiches nationwide.  That career also included his participation in a studio project that yielded an album and music video which received national attention, including positive reviews in Billboard Magazine and airplay on HBO.  As a result of his entertainment background, Don often serves as a company spokesperson and acts as Master of Ceremonies at various Subway events. 

William K. Seppi - Costeaux French Bakery

Our professional planners and chefs will guide you every step of the way with scrumptious menus, the perfect layout for your occasion, outstanding wait staff and service, plus the magical setting of Costeaux French Bakery.  It's a win-win-win situation for you, your guests, and your special event objectives.  Call us today to book a date for your holiday employee party, annual thank you for business partners, family reunion, rehearsal dinner, shower, birthday or ... just because!  Call 707-433-1913 or email for details.

Larry Lipson - Live from Costa Rica 

Former LA Daily News Food Columnist (50 Years) Larry Lipson is live and direct from his research Institute in Costa Rica. He will talk about wine food and the good life and will have comments From Frommer's Travel Guide: " Wine: Although some European immigrants have been experimenting with wine grape cultivation in Costa Rica, no one has succeeded. The government did sponsor an experimental effort several years ago, but eventually most of the vines were ripped out. If you see Costa Rican wine for sale, it is almost surely from imported Chilean grape juice that is then processed in Costa Rica--the quality is terrible and it is--at least so far--not worth buying except as a total novelty."

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