F/S EXPECTATIONS FLY HIGH: Residents take command at Air Force care facility

Riell, Howard
July 2000
FoodService Director;07/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p60
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of foodservice director Bruce Oravetz of Encore Management in meeting the expectations of diners at Air Force Village West (AFVW), a continuing-care facility in Riverside, California. Background on the retirement community for former military officers; Factors that are crucial for the success of the foodservice program; Importance of the involvement of AFVW staffers.


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