catering business

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  • He left his job to open his own catering business, which closed the following year.
  • He also ran a catering business for over twenty years.
  • After saving enough money they would bring their families over and establish their own catering businesses.
  • His mother is involved in an Italian food catering business.
  • While in high school and afterwards he worked in his family's catering business and in several of their restaurants.
  • His father sold fresh produce from a horse and wagon and his mother ran a home-based Italian catering business.
  • A catering business has also occupied the building since the spring of 2008.
  • For several years, she ran her own catering business until she segued, into food styling and magazine writing.
  • He joined Sonali Bank, after several years in there, he moved to start his own catering business.
  • The tea shop closed in 1956, although the catering business continued for another twenty years.
  • Ginsburg was originally a butcher and ran his own catering business prior to his work in television.
  • Today it is a privately owned building with a restaurant and catering business.
  • Aside from media, Granada's other main strength was in the catering business.
  • He originally hails from New Jersey where his parents owned and operated an Italian catering business.
  • In 2010 the new government spoke out against the effects of the smoke-free law upon small catering businesses.
  • He later worked as a consultant and a director for an airline catering business.
  • The catering business in Philadelphia and other cities fell largely into their hands, and some small merchants arose here and there. Cited from The Negro, by W.E.B. Du Bois
  • His father was an entrepreneur who had been running a bento catering business.
  • Gabriel is a civil engineer, and owned a catering business at the time of the election.
  • The company later expanded into the catering business under the name of a third partner, Joseph Lyons.
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