Thermo-Kool Welcomes School Foodservice Directors

May 10, 2014

Thermo-Kool recently had the privilege of hosting nine school foodservice directors who attended training sessions at the Thermo-Kool factory on walk-in coolers and freezers and blast chillers/shock freezers. During the visit the group went through a factory tour and extensive sessions on the features and unique design capabilities which make Thermo-Kool walk-in coolers and freezers and blast chillers/shock freezers a fit for any project. The sessions also included the benefits and costs savings relating to blast chillers/shock freezers, Thermo-Kool’s value-added services such as the preassembly of the walk-ins prior to shipment to avoid hidden costs and to ensure a quick and trouble-free installation and the exceptional customer service provided by the Thermo-Kool team which exceed customer expectations. Attending the training were Lela Bynum with Laurel School District, Laurel, Mississippi; Danny Dillistone with Petal School District, Petal, Mississippi; Ashley Harris and Sarah Steinberger with Pascagoula School District, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Nichelle Harris with Union Parish School District, Farmerville, Louisiana; Kimberly Jackson with Tuscaloosa County School Systems, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Lisa Little with Jones County School District, Ellisville, Mississippi; Myra Rayburn with Stone County School District, Wiggins, Mississippi and Dawn Seay with West Jasper School District, Bay Springs, Mississippi. Accompanying the group were Thermo-Kool Marketing Agents Matt Henson with PMR, Inc., Madison, Mississippi; Johnny Maxcy with PMR, Inc., Oxford, Mississippi and Susan Spence with PMR, Inc., Monroe, Louisiana.
School Foodservice Directors Training

Pictured (from left) Thermo-Kool President and CEO, Rand McLaughlin discusses Thermo-Kool walk-ins with (from far left): Little; Harris; Maxcy, Steinberger; Bynum and Rayburn.