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Joe Gannascoli
Also known as Vito Spatafore on HBO’s Sopranos, Joe is available for personal appearances for events such as supermarket grand openings and cooking shows. Joe is an accomplished chef and has developed his own line of food products. See for more information.

Gravitec Development
Gravitec the market share leader in supermarket sales forecasting systems. DJL Research uses their gravity model and sales forecasting systems.

Scan/US is a desktop software application used to create colorful maps, informative reports, and reliable analysis for any market, large or small. DJL Research uses Scan/US for thematic mapping, loyalty card analysis, demographics and geographic coordinates.

DSR Marketing
DJL Research utilizes their “PCW” software for calculating per capita weekly expenditure. Check their web site for more infomation.

Mehmert Store Services
“Turn Key” design, equipment procurement, project management and design firm for the retail food industry.

Bill Griffith—Robertson Ryan & Associates Insurance
Robertson Ryan & Associates, one of the largest agencies in Wisconsin, is made up of independent agents who apply a consultative and strategic approach to business property and casualty insurance. Bill is the largest insurer of independently owned supermarkets in Wisconsin (property, casualty, and worker’s comp). Bill has been in the supermarket business with Roundy’s for over 27 years before moving to Robertson Ryan.

Indy's Trusted Servant
Danny O’Malia learned customer service from the age of 8 from his father, Joe O’Malia. Danny was CEO of O’Malia Food Markets from 1986 to 2006 and has been delivering customer service training and keynote speaking since 2007.

Three Moons Media
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— David J. Livingston