On September 6th, 2017 CCEJ celebrated its 43rd Annual Food and Beverage Industries Humanitarian Awards Dinner and raised over $340,000 to support the organization’s Human Relations Programs.

This year the honorees were Lori Raya, Southern California Divison President Albertsons I Vons I Pavilions, Mary Ellis, Director of Sales, Premier Sales Solutions and Michael Ihm, South Shore Deli Provisions.

Dinner Chair Kevin Davis, President & CEO, Bristol Farms and Chairman, Lazy Acres, led an outstanding Dinner Committee. He and 3 CCEJ Youth Mentors recognized the honorees for their commitment to CCEJ’s vision and mission and for their outstanding contributions through the Food and Beverage Industry to build a greater understanding of and respect for different cultures.

A big thank you to everyone who donated, attended and contributed.

 

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