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SALERNOS INC

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SALERNOS INC

1043 Liberty Road

Sykesville, Maryland,21784

United States

Company Description

Salerno's Restaurant & Catering is one of the finest seafood and catering businesses in the Chesapeake Bay area. Our aim is to bring you the finest, freshest meals at a good price whether it be a crab and bull roast for 300 people or just a few guests at your... more

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Salerno's Restaurant saved 700 USD in monthly collection costs

www.bramidan.com [cached]

Bruce Reamer
Owner at Salerno's Restaurant Contact me, please. The owner of Salerno's restaurant, Bruce Reamer knew he was paying too much for collection of his cardboard waste. But instead of negotiating the contract with the waste collector, he decided to install a small cardboard baler and finalized the contract for the outdoor container. Already during the first month, Bruce saved around of 700 USD while generating a small revenue by selling the cardboard bales. Owner of Salerno's Restaurant in Maryland compacts cardboard waste Small X10 baler ideal for low ceiling heights Before ending the contract with the waste collector, Bruce looked at the market for balers and found some small balers from Bramidan. After discussing his waste issue with a sales guy from the Bramidan sales team, he decided to choose the model X10 in a 110 volt version. This machine makes very dense 80 kgs bales and runs on a regular 110 volt outlet. The design with the cross-cylinders also means that Salerno's could install the baler in the storage area, eventhough the ceiling height is relatively low. Bruce and his local electrician installed the machine themselves with a little help from Bramidan. It is a simple plug & play waste solution as no cylinders need to be raised and there is no need for the baler to be anchored into the floor. The benefits of the baler were obvious; Bruce and his employees no longer have to break down boxes and walk them to the container outside, Salerno's also saved over 700 USD in monthly disposal fees and created a small revenue from selling the finished cardboard bales.


www.carrollcountytimes.com

The festival was launched three years ago by Bruce Reamer, the owner of Eldersburg-based Salerno's Restaurant and Catering, and James White, the district sales manager for Pottsville, Pa.-based Yuengling, which White pointed out is America's oldest operating brewery.
"Our main objectives for doing it was, one, doing something in Carroll County to highlight the Ag Center because I think it is a highly underutilized venue [and] two is to showcase the craft brewers," Reamer said. Reamer said he hopes to bring in more area brewers next year. "That's what our focus will be next year: trying to get some of the small, local breweries that don't go through main distribution," he said. The festival peaked at around 400 to 500 people, Reamer said, but in the ample Shipley, the event never felt crowded, appealing to some festival-goers. There is also a philanthropic component to the event, Reamer said.


www.carrollcountytimes.com

"We already sell alcohol to go, so it's just a natural thing to try," said Bruce Reamer, Salerno's owner.
Salerno's will double the number of its draft beer selections in preparation for an anticipated increase in demand growler owners will bring to bear on more rare brews, Reamer said. Reamer said Salerno's will sell a 64-ounce growler but hadn't decided on the price of the container. Reamer, of Salerno's, said he doesn't see growlers having a huge impact on his business. There is a group of people who are into this sort of thing, he said, and Salerno's wants to be able to serve them. "[Growlers] are not going to be a game-changer, but maybe a collector's thing," Reamer said.


www.eldersburg.net

We contacted Bruce Reamer (owner, Salernos) in hope that we could purchase prepared meals.
Reamer stated that Salernos would donate the Turkey dinners.


www.explorecarroll.com

In January, Bruce Reamer, owner of Salerno's and a partner in the Piney Ridge project, told The Eagle that apartments and office space will replace the restaurant at the new center, and that Salerno's will stay at 1043 Liberty Road, Eldersburg.
The recession, a bank merger and changes in Salerno's operations factored in the decision, he said.


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