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Sterling Spoon Hires Brent Rabren as VP of Business Development

May 10, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Sterling Spoon Culinary Management hired Brent Rabren as Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Rabren will support operations as well as lead new initiatives of strategic business growth alongside of the current senior leadership team. He is responsible for supporting the company’s growth plans and mission of providing exemplary hospitality and world class corporate on-site food service operations. 

“Brent has a proven track record of planning, developing and leading foodservice operations to achieve business priorities and objectives,” says John C. Metz Jr., CEO of Sterling Spoon Culinary Management. “His passion for the industry and ability to expertly guide café operations will be an asset to our team as we continue to prove ourselves as one of the nation’s very best food management companies.”

Prior to joining Sterling Spoon Culinary Management, Rabren served as district manager for Aramark Corporation since 2012. His 15 years in the foodservice industry includes experience with Darden Restaurants, J.C. Blair Healthcare System, and Levy Restaurants, where he was the director of concessions responsible for Bristol and New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Rabren’s work has been recognized as going above and beyond expectations. In 2013, he was the first individual to be given Aramark’s R.O.C.K award for client success. He also developed an Executive Leadership Council that focuses on developing young leaders while helping them work toward their professional goals.

Rabren is a Georgia native where he now resides in Hiram with his family. He is an active member of his community, coaching Little League Baseball and acting as Fundraising Chair for Premier Martial Arts in Powder Springs, Georgia.

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