(Columbus, Ohio) Restaurant Equippers, a leading supplier of food service equipment and supplies is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of its 38,000 square foot warehouse store on Greenfield Rd in Southfield. Larry Dach, president has announced.
The Detroit store was the first Warehouse Store outside of the company’s home market of Columbus, Ohio. Today the company operates three Warehouse Stores and is currently working on a fourth location. In business for over 50 years Restaurant Equippers is known for their Low Warehouse Prices, In-stock ready to ship merchandise position and their restaurant experienced equipment and supply specialists.
The company makes it easy for food service operators to find the equipment and supplies they need with three ways to shop with three warehouse stores, their National Telephone Order Office and Equippers.com, their webstore, customers across the nation to take advantage of Restaurant Equippers’ exceptional values and service.
“A large portion of our business comes from independent restaurant owners. Like them, we are a family business. In fact, before starting the business my dad owned a restaurant. He understood the equipment and supply needs of the independent restaurant owner and he built our business to meet those needs” said Dach.
Restaurant Equippers carries a wide assortment of name brand equipment and supplies. Customers take shopping carts and browse aisle after aisle of literally everything they need to equip any type of food service operation. There is nothing comparable to our warehouse stores anywhere in the country. “Once a food service operator visits one of our warehouse stores they rarely shop anywhere else” said Dach. “Customers will drive up to 200 miles to shop. Trailers and trucks with out of state license plates are a daily occurrence at all of our locations.”
“Over the past 10 years we have made so many friends in Detroit and its surrounding communities. We thank the entire area for the warm reception we have received and look forward to serving Detroit area food service operators for many more years to come” said Dach.