President/CEO at KremeWorks, Managing Partner/COO at Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab
KremeWorks since Feb 2010
Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab since Oct 1999
Restaurant Associates Oct 1997 - Oct 1999
Director - LA Music Center
Scoozi! - Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises Feb 1995 - Oct 1997
Carlucci Oct 1989 - May 1994
University of Massachusetts at Amherst - Isenberg School of Management 1983 - 1986
BA, Hotel, Restaurant, Travel Administration
A display rack comprising a horizontally movable trolley mounted on a track and a rotatable shelf mounted to the movable trolley. The track is mounted between a plurality of upright posts in such a manner that the trolley is horizontally movable between the posts. The track may be oriented so that the trolley moves either from side to side or between the back and front of the display. The shelf is mounted is secured to the trolley so that it is rotatable about a vertical axis that is disposed substantially at right angles to the direction of travel of the trolley. The shelf may be positioned either above or below the trolley and, depending upon the shelf's position, the product is displayed on the upper or lower surface of the shelf. The display shelf may therefore be moved horizontally relative to the upright posts and/or rotated to allow for easier access to the products displayed thereon.
A removable display rack for items of merchandise includes a U-shaped mounting bracket having a pair of spaced sidewalls and a topwall and is secured to a support structure by tightening thumbscrews which extend through the sidewalls and against the support structure, clamping the display rack firmly to the support structure. Extending vertically from the topwall of the mounting bracket is a square tube with an open end. A round tube extends vertically from a bottom wall of the tray and is inserted into the open end of the square tube. The tube is secured by another thumbscrew extending through the square tube, and clamps the tray at a desired vertical position. Merchandise is placed on the tray and held by sidewalls extending vertically from the bottom wall of the tray. The display rack is easily adjusted by loosening the thumbscrews and repositioning the rack vertically and horizontally on the support structure.
A fastener for use for attaching metal parts has a socket member and a stud member slidably and fixedly received therein. A flair portion on the socket member expands when abutted by a camming portion on the stud member to move the fastener between unlocked and locked positions. The head of the stud member includes a beveled edge which complementarily fits against a bevel abutment within the socket head. The bevel abutment extracts the stud member from the locked position by turning the stud member in either axial direction to ramp the stud member out of the socket member.
Joseph Czalkiewicz - Brunswick OH, US Kenneth E. Loy - Louisville OH, US Brian McFadden - Medina OH, US Michael S. Rotolo - North Royalton OH, US
E-B DISPLAY COMPANY, INC. - Massillon OH
A display assembly and shelving unit. The display assembly includes a base with one or more channels that extend between the front and back of the base. The back is higher than the front so that the base is retained at an angle to the horizontal within the shelving unit. A conveyor mechanism operable under force of gravity is provided across the channels. The conveyor mechanism includes roller assemblies that have rods with a plurality of small rollers thereon. The rollers are able to rotate about the stationary rod individually and independently. When a product for sale is removed from a front end of a first channel, then the products remaining in that first channel slide downwardly on the rollers until they engage a stop. Products in adjacent channels will remain stationary as the rollers in those additional channels will not rotate when product is removed from the first channel.