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Tom Lange Company's Wally Lampertz and Bre Macomber Discuss Team Focus at SEPC

Tom Lange Company's Wally Lampertz and Bre Macomber Discuss Team Focus at SEPC

NASHVILLE, TN - The organic feast of the East that is SEPC’s Southern Innovations Organics & Foodservice Expo kicks off this week, and there are several stops on the intimate show floor you don’t want to miss. Among them for certain is the Tom Lange Family of Companies.

“SEPC Southern Innovations has proved to be a well-attended, small venue show that highlights fresh ideas and new products that draw in people for all segments of our industry,” Wally Lampertz, VP Sales for Tom Lange Co.’s Nashville arm, stated.

In addition to Nashville, the company’s Atlanta and St. Louis locations will be at the show to represent and promote its nationwide organic and foodservice programs and availability.

Bre Macomber, Marketing Specialist, Tom Lange Company“We get great value in exhibiting at Southern Innovations for a number of reasons,” Marketing Specialist Bre Macomber tells me. “The intimate show size allows for more in-depth conversations with our industry partners, the opportunity to meet new grower/shippers and customers, and having a focus on organic and foodservice business allows for more targeted prospecting and relationship-building in those segments.”

Bre added that SEPC puts together an outstanding convention year after year, with impactful speakers who are on trend with the hot topics in our industry.

With plenty to bring to the table, the Tom Lange team is going to be highlighting its California-grown Seven Seas organic strawberries.

Tom Lange Company will showcase its nationwide organic and foodservice programs at this year’s SEPC Southern Innovations

“We’ll have these on display in our booth, directly from our farms in California. We practice sustainable organic land use by crop rotation, which is very important to our company, our employees, and our customers and consumers. Our consistent quality and year-round supply translates to confidence in Seven Seas’ product, which our customers have come to expect from us,” Bre explains.

Time flies in fresh produce! As foodservice operators, retail buyers, organic growers, and more return to the Music City to enjoy fun and meaningful business opportunities with the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center serving as a unique backdrop, don’t forget to swing by booth #409 this week, September 12 to 14.

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