Foodservice Gamechangers: George Eversman

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In the second episode of the “Foodservice Gamechangers” series, special guest host and Food Institute advisor Pat Mulhern welcomed Dot Foods president George Eversman to talk about his career journey and leadership style. Additionally, the pair discuss workforce management strategies and supply chain logistics for the foodservice distribution industry.

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More about George Eversman:
George Eversman is President of Dot Foods. He came up through the business in both Sales & Business Development.  In George’s 30 year career with Dot he has spent time in managing various aspects of Dot’s retail and foodservice businesses.

George has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Iowa, and an MBA from Arizona State University.

George’s family consists of wife Michelle, and 4 children ranging in age from 26 to 15 years old.  His two older children now reside in Austin and Dallas Texas respectively, while his two younger daughters are still at home in Quincy, Illinois.

More about Dot Foods:
Robert and Dorothy Tracy founded our company in 1960, with big dreams of starting a family business and streamlining the food supply chain.

Sixty years later, we make more products more accessible to more people than ever before. We do this by purchasing large quantities of product from the supplier and storing it in our 13 distribution centers across the country. Our distributor and food processor customers then order our food and non-food items in less-than-truckload (LTL) quantities, which we deliver in as little as two to four days.

Our business model, the talents of more than 4,000 employees, and the Tracy family’s ownership have helped our company become the largest food industry redistributor in North America. But even more importantly, the dream that took shape all those years ago is still driving our partners’ businesses forward. Learn more at: https://www.dotfoods.com/.

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