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North Dakota: Proving Ground for Cambro Catering Equipment

HomeTown Elegance - Cambro Caterer Challenge 2 Runner UpWe have our runner ups and winner from our Caterer Challenge Part 2. We’ll start by announcing the runner-ups and showcasing their entries in the contest.

Today, we feature Carl Clemetson, Owner of Hometown Elegance Catering and Event Planning in North Dakota.

Besides catering to crowds of anywhere from 30 to 5,500 people, Carl gives particular focus to serving the men and women who run the booming oil mining operations in North Dakota, serving them home cooked meals in the most remote locations, in the harshest conditions. He uses Cambro equipment to ensure that clients up to 3 hours away from their main kitchen will be guaranteed the safest cooked foods and the freshest chilled products which will be later used for onsite cooking.

Cambro food carriers allow us to successfully provide meals to remote locations for crews who don’t have much more to eat than gas station food. We provide a little bit of home sweet home for those who are away from their family and friends, trying to earn a living in North Dakota’s booming oil industry.  Used alongside Cambro pan and GripLids, we can provide fresh food for those who need a taste of home.

HomeTown Elegance - Cambro Caterer Challenge 2 Runner Up

HomeTown Elegance - Cambro Caterer Challenge 2 Runner Up

Soup and Salad Bar for Call Center Client

HomeTown Elegance - Cambro Caterer Challenge 2 Runner Up

Carl at 500 guess contractor catered lunch for Hess Corporation.

As a runner up, Carl will receive $500 in Cambro products!

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