Competition Coffee Systems, Inc. promoted Harrison Fairstein from general manager to president and managing partner. Founded in 1977, Competition Coffee has been a recognized leader in office coffee services, hospitality food services and vending in the Greater Toronto area.
“Having completed a re-structuring today that began in August 2011, our company is now poised to expand our scope of service from custom-tailored food and beverage services for the workplace and now to include distribution of innovative hot and cold beverage technologies with the dedicated support of our supplier-partners,” said Fairstein in a prepared statement.
Fairstein joined Competition Coffee Systems in August of 2011 when he left his position as manager at Brokerhouse Distributors, Inc. in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
As a preferred provider for Starbucks Coffee and Seattle’s Best Coffee, and authorized distributor of GMCR, Heritage Coffee, Zavida Coffee, Reunion Island Coffee, Mother Parkers Tea and Coffee, and Segafredo Zanetti, Competition Coffee Systems provides professional sales and technical service for the most technologically-advanced single cup and espresso equipment manufactured by Cafection Enterprises, de Jong Duke, Keurig, Newco, Curtis, and Jura.
“We will be pro-actively introducing exciting new coffee and beverage systems to Canadians in the coming months through very aggressive marketing that will impact favorably on many leading organizations. Don’t be surprised when you see pointed advertising being run on your breakroom or showroom coffee machine” says Fairstein.
Competition Coffee Systems, Inc. has moved into a new head office facility featuring 10,000 square feet of showroom, warehouse and offices at 1719 Flint Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. More information on the company and products can be found at www.competitoncoffee.com or via email at: email@example.com