Bizline: A busy Summit County catering company
Q: What type of business do you operate – what do you sell, or what service do you provide? A: All Seasons Catering is a full service catering and event design company. We have a strong commitment to providing the highest standards in catering and guest service. We are a full service catering company offering the “one stop” convenience of rentals, menu design, bartending services, design and set up of dcor, and the set up of wedding cakes. We provide these full range of services, at a price that is hard to beat.Q: Where are you from, and why did you decide to open your business in Summit County? A: Rich and Cara met in Culinary school in Ann Arbor Michigan and married in 2000. They started their career in California managing Gameworks, which is owned by Steven Spielberg of DreamWorks. After moving to Summit County, they saw an opportunity to provide the community exceptional catering and event design at a competitive price. Q: What experience do you have in this field? A: Cara has her degree in hotel restaurant management and has been in the restaurant business for 24 years. She and Rich started catering when they met in college, about 18 years ago. Rich has 25 years of kitchen experience and a degree in culinary arts. He got most of his corporate experience with DreamWorks as the food and beverage director. Q: What sets your business apart from other similar businesses?A: Our personal touch and genuine care for our clients set us apart. We custom create all of our menus, will accommodate special diets such as gluten free, vegetarian and vegan, and are happy to integrate family recipes into our own. When working with a bride and groom-to-be, we understand the importance of the occasion and become personally involved in the planning of their wedding reception.Q: What types of customers do you hope to reach in Summit County? A: We cater and design events from the casual to the very formal. We host a large number of weddings, but also specialize in more intimate gatherings such as cocktail parties or family reunions.Q: Why did you choose to open where you did? A: We love downtown Dillon. It’s close to the lake and centrally located to all the towns in the county. Q: What are your plans for your company’s future? A: We have just expanded our business to provide prepared, frozen meals to both visitors and locals alike. In the near future, we plan to offer custom wedding cakes, as well as other delicious baked goods for pick up or drop off. We love what we do and expect to have a very long career in Summit County .
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