Cascio Leaves Restaurants Plus
cio, vice president of sales, Restaurants Plus, a division of ARA Services here, has left the company.
Cascio could not be reached for comment at press time.
A Restaurants Plus official confirmed Cascio's departure and said the division is seeking a replacement for him.
In 1991, Cascio co-founded the Supreme Court concept, which was one of the first programs to bunch big names in fast food into a food court in a supermarket setting. In early 1993, ARA Services, one of the country's largest food-service contract companies, acquired the Supreme Court concept and name from Victor Cascio & Associates, Leawood, Kansas. At that time ARA appointed Cascio vice president of sales.
Restaurants Plus is a new name for the former Restaurant Services Group of ARA Services.
Fry's Sends McKinney to the Deli
PHOENIX -- Fry's Food Stores of Arizona has named Steve McKinney director of deli operations. He succeeds Mike Donnelly, who has left the company to accept a position with Amalgamated Brokerage Co., Scottsdale, Ariz.
McKinney was a store manager at one of the chain's 44 units. In his new post, he reports to John Burgon, executive vice president.