VVS League Director, Marshall Kohtz recently celebrated 25 years with VVS! Marshall has been in the amusement game industry since 1976. He manages the league department by promoting pool, dart, and other leagues for VVS. He enjoys interacting with a wide variety of people, and that every day is different. Marshall and his wife, Gail, have been married for 41 years, and they enjoy many activities together, such as fishing, biking, and sports. They have two adult children, and were blessed with their first grandchildren (one boy and one girl) this past year. “I appreciate that VVS supports what I do and has given me a job that never feels like going to work,” says Marshall. Thank you for your many years of service, Marshall!
VVS recently partnered with Tyson in Amarillo, TX, for the Chamber of Commerce BBQ Cook-Off. VVS Site Manager, Tammy Benton, and her staff grilled and served about 800 sausage wraps on the first day. On the second day of the event, they cooked up brisket, ribs and potato salad, serving over 1,000! Tammy explained that “this is a fun event that you can enjoy with family and friends.” Great job to everyone involved!
Jessica Rios, former Purchasing Specialist at JBS in Ottumwa, Iowa, recently expressed her appreciation for VVS site manager Carol Palacio and her staff. Jessica told VVS, “I have worked at the facility for nearly 18 years and have seen quite a few companies come and go as a cafeteria service. VVS, by far, is the best one we’ve ever had. Good food, good prices, and great catering services. Even in short notice they can make miracles. [I] wanted to let you guys know what great employees you have here and they deserve to be recognized.” Keep up the great work!
(Pictured above, left to right: Carol Palacio, Jessica Rios, Jane Menendez-Ortiz.)
VVS recently held an anniversary celebration at the Cozad Elk’s Lodge to recognize Shelley Arndt, VP of Administrative Services, and Mary Buesing, Administrative Assistant. Shelley is celebrating 30 years with VVS, and Mary is celebrating 25 years! There were approximately 40 people in attendance, including employees and their families. Congratulations, ladies, and thank you for your years of service!