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September 12, 2022

A long, hot summer is coming to an end. I hope everyone enjoyed the season as many traditional activities finally resumed. With fall fast approaching, kids are back in school and football season has officially started. 

One of the highlights from a business perspective was the return of fairs. From national trade shows like ISSA and NRA to our regional Imperial Dade Innovations Expos, it’s just great to be back. Read also : Hospitality, retail sector hiring on the rise. In Atlanta last year and Fort Lauderdale earlier this spring, we had the pleasure of hosting our customers and our supplier partners for the first time in over two years.

While we’ve embraced technology, there’s simply nothing better than the opportunity to be face-to-face again as an industry and a community. Those interactions that simply cannot be duplicated via Zoom.

That said, I’m especially excited about our upcoming Imperial Date Innovation Show at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus on Wednesday, September 21st. When building the agenda for our shows, we identify our customers’ current pain points and select guest speakers who can address those issues. Over the years it has become clear that the best ideas come from industry veterans, not professional speakers. Among the highlights of this show will be our Imperial Dade Women’s Leadership Panel, which was the most popular session in 2019.

I have participated in industry organizations focused on advancing the professional development of women, including ISSA Hygieia Network, Women’s Foodservice Forum and Women in Network. I experienced the positive impact of their program, which was the inspiration for our Women’s Leadership Panel.

This year’s theme for the panel is Leading Through Change. We’ve assembled a diverse group of women representing manufacturers, service providers, non-profit organizations, and distributors. Each panelist is an expert in her field and committed to DE&I in the industries within which they work.

Our Marketing Operations Manager Lauren Belskie is leading our educational sessions this year. She developed a list of thought-provoking questions for our panelists that address many of the issues facing today’s leaders. This may interest you : Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Upgrades All-Day, Homestyle Breakfast Offerings with New Menu Format, Selections. It will surely be a lively discussion with different perspectives and lots of ideas that the audience will take away.

Our panelists include Georgia Pacific’s Kim Price. Since joining GP Pro in 2015, she has progressed through various roles in pricing, field sales, channel sales and sales strategy, enablement and performance. Kim assumed her current role as VP of Sales in 2021. Kim is passionate about employee development and diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Since 2018, she has been serving as a Council Member for ISSA’s Hygieia Network and will succeed me as Co-Chair of Hygieia this fall.

We are very excited to welcome Dr. Felicia Townsend. As Director of the ISSA Hygieia Network, Dr. Townsend oversees the Hygieia Network’s operations, development and implementation of leadership conferences, educational webinars, mentoring programs, and outreach efforts throughout the US and Canada. He works with more than fifty-five corporate leaders on eight boards, a council and an executive advisory board. Felicia began her career in adult education as the Director of Business and Industrial Services at a community college.

With more than 20 years of facilities management experience, Valerie Burd is a seasoned leader responsible for all aspects of ABM’s $850 million education business, which works with hundreds of K-12 school systems, colleges and universities across the US to provide cleaner , a healthier and more engaging learning environment for students, faculty and staff. ABM firmly established as the partner of choice in the education services market, Valerie and her team are focused on delivering operational excellence, client satisfaction, employee engagement and new business growth strategies.

As an advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion, Nicole Goulet will share her expertise in managing initiatives that retain and promote women in the jan/san industry. In her 27 years at Diversey, Nicole has held a variety of roles in sales and marketing, including business development, key account management, product management and global marketing. Her professional achievements include negotiating strong partnerships with suppliers and customers, maintaining Diversey’s market leadership position in many product categories and driving numerous innovations – many of which have won ISSA awards. He currently sits on Diversey’s North American leadership team where he manages strategic growth objectives.

Our very own Sonali Pillay will round out the panel. She manages strategic initiatives for Imperial Dade, including environmental, social and stewardship programs. He works closely with our CEO and CFO on growth strategy and special projects. This includes the sustainability-related projects Imperial Dade is working on to reduce our impact on the environment, as well as help our customers achieve their sustainability goals. Prior to joining Imperial Dade in 2019, Sonali held leadership positions at American Express, Amazon and Edelman Consulting. In 2013, she founded Browsy, as part of the accelerator program of DreamIt Ventures.

Please join us at the Expo throughout the day to learn the latest solutions from our panelists, speakers and “test drives” with the goal of finding something that can help you succeed in meeting your business goals.

Yes, online registration remains open until the day of the Expo (walk-ins are welcome with on-site registration possible). For more information on registering for the Innovations Expo, visit ImperialDade.com or the event registration page.

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Who is the lead singer of Local H?

David Scott Lucas (born May 10, 1970) is an American musician, who is best known for being the guitarist, bassist and lead vocalist of Local H, as well as the lead vocalist and guitarist of Scott Lucas and the Married Men. To see also : Taziki’s Mediterranean Café Sets Milestone with 100th Store Celebration.

How many people are in the band Local H? The two-piece band will first play a short set of songs from last year’s critically acclaimed album, Hey, Killer, along with music from their other six studio albums and EPs.

What happen to Local H?

US alt-rock duo Local H have been forced to cancel a number of US tour dates following a physical attack on frontman Scott Lucas, which left the musician with serious throat injuries.

What happened to the original Local H drummer?

When Garcia left the band in 1993, he was not replaced, and the band continued as a duo. To complete the band’s sound, Lucas had a high school friend modify his guitar by adding a bass pickup. In 1999, Daniels decided to leave Local H. His last show with the band was at Chicago’s The Metro on June 24, 1999.

Where is Local H from?

Where is the band Local H from?

How did Local H get their name?

According to the band’s 2015 Twitter account, its name comes from a combination of two R.E.M. songs: “Oddfellows Local 151” and “Swan Swan H”.

Is Local H still a band?

Local H
OriginZion, Illinois, USA
GenresAlternative rock grunge post-grunge hard rock
Active for years1990-present

How many band members are in Local H?

Local H, a two-piece band consisting of guitarist/bassist Scott Lucas and drummer Ryan Harding, recently revealed the origin of their band name via the band’s Facebook page.

Is Local H still touring?

Local H Tour Dates 2022 – 2024 Local H is currently on tour in 2 countries and has 29 upcoming concerts.

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What does Local H sing?

What happens to local H? US alt-rock duo Local H have been forced to cancel a number of US tour dates following a physical attack on frontman Scott Lucas, which left the musician with serious throat injuries.

What does Local H stand for?

According to the band’s 2015 Twitter account, its name comes from a combination of two R.E.M. songs: “Oddfellows Local 151” and “Swan Swan H”.

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Why are they called Local H?

According to the band’s 2015 Twitter account, its name comes from a combination of two R.E.M. songs: "Oddfellows Local 151" and "Swan Swan H".

What does Local H stand for?

According to the band’s 2015 Twitter account, its name comes from a combination of two R.E.M. songs: “Oddfellows Local 151” and “Swan Swan H”.

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