Michael Kelly recently joined ThermalRite as sales manager, responsible for the cold storage manufacturer’s specialty products sales. ThermalRite primarily serves the foodservice and non-commercial segment under its parent company, Everidge, the nation’s premier commercial refrigerated services provider.
Kelly comes to ThermalRite with over 20 years in the foodservice industry. He holds a degree in culinary arts from Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy as well as a degree in business from West Virginia University.
“Michael’s unique combination of experience in menu development and foodservice sales is exactly what we were seeking for ThermalRite,” says Chris Kahler, president and CEO at Everidge. “He will bridge the gap between our sales team and the end user to help promote our specialty products.”
Kelly spent 15 years as a chef at various universities and schools around Pittsburgh and most recently served as project manager at Foodservice Construction and Renovation.
“ThermalRite specialty products are designed to make the job of a chef easier,” says Steve Gill, Everidge senior vice president, foodservice sales and marketing. “Having Michael on board will ensure we are on target to meet those goals.”