Posts by Andrew Brancato

Ingrams. Thank you!

I am very humbled and honored to have been chosen to be a part of the 2015 class of Ingrams 40 Under 40. As I stood in front of the crowd of people last night to accept my plaque I could not help but think about how proud I was to represent not only myself,…

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Education… It’s Important!

This past month has been filled with inspiring travel. We have traveled to New Orleans for the American Rental Association’s “Rental Show” where we not only exhibited for our sister company All Seasons Tent Sales, www.Tents4Sale.com, but we also were able to see the latest party rental trends, establish new relationships, and eat some really…

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Union Station 100th Anniversary Gala – Historic Venue

It was with great honor that we were given the opportunity to celebrate 100 years of the most historic landmark in Kansas City, Union Station, an amazing event venue. On Thursday night we had the pleasure and challenge of serving 1520 guests a four course meal. It is such a pleasure to work with the…

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The Art of Catering Food

Last week I had the opportunity to travel to Atlanta for a conference called “The Art of Catering Food.” This was my second time attending the conference. Both times I have been to this conference I have strengthened my relationships with other industry leading caterers across the country, gathered new ideas, and refreshed my initiatives…

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A Learning Opportunity

The event industry is often misunderstood and over glamorized. What we do is complex and challenging. We love when we have to opportunity to share how we successfully manage complex events on a national level. Detail and organization our critical to our success. I would like to thank Professor Rachel Suggs and the group of…

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Breakfast – The Most Important Meal of the Day

As we continue to push our culinary and catering team to new levels we can not leave out “the most important meal of the day.” Everyone has seen too many times the chafing dish full of cold eggs, limp bacon, and cold hash browns. Although our standard breakfast is great, we had the opportunity to…

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