Guests: Matthew DeBusk of Great Wraps, Carlton Brown of Occasional Occasions by Carlton, Jake Rothschild of Jake’s Ice Cream, Jan Trebley of Dining Out Magazine, and Amy Alvarez of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Matthew DeBusk, Vice President of Brand Development of Great Wraps
Great Wraps offers a hot sandwich that’s unique, fresh, tasty, but without all the bread. They were the very first to offer wrap sandwiches. Great Wraps is re-establishing how good and healthy a sandwich can be when it’s wrapped. With an awesome combination of meats, real melted cheeses, fresh produce and tasty sauces, RoR loves these sandwiches. And Matt is one of our favorite guests, upbeat and super-polite.
Founded in 1994, Occasional Occasions by Carlton has been serving clients, corporate and private, throughout the South. Carlton can providing intimate dinners for two or huge gala events. He is also Co-Owner of Hilda’s, which has lines “around the block.” Carlton has established himself as one of the goto players in the catering world.
Jake has his hand in lots of things in the Old Fourth Ward. He runs The Irwin Street Market, a group of artisan food based businesses, all located all under one roof. His ice cream shop, Jake’s, is in its 10th year in business with some of craziest flavors around. And the new breakfast and brunch place, Hilda’s, will give you the joy of eating breakfast in your mother’s kitchen.
Jan Trebley, Social Media Director of Dining Out Magazine
Jan is the show’s most frequent guest. We think she has been with us 7 times, but “Nobody likes a counter!” She is with us today to talk about the latest edition of the magazine, their great loyalty card, and the upcoming culinary events in Atlanta. Jan is working with many of the cities’ key players to insure another great charity event.
Amy Alvarez, Senior Director of Development for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited condition that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States. A few decades ago, few children with cystic fibrosis lived to start school. Now, many with the disease can now expect to live into their 40s and beyond. Amy is with us to share the CFF’s latest plans and all about upcoming events to help fight the disease. For more info about their October 10th party featuring Ford Fry, Click Here!