(former Green Bay Packer Quarterback)
Lynn Dickey is a graduate of Kansas State University, where he was a 2-time all-Big 8 Quarterback in 1969 & 1970. He was the Big 8 OFFENSIVE Player on the ALL-TIME Big 8 team. His Jersey #11 is the only number ever retired at Kansas State University.
Lynn was drafted by the Houston Oilers in 1971 and played there through 1975. He was traded to the Green Bay Packers in 1976 and set most of the single season & career passing records. In 1983 he led the NFL in passing yards (4458) and touchdown passes (32). Lynn retired after the 1985 season.
Lynn Dickey is a current member of the Kansas High School Sports Hall of Fame, the State of Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, the Kansas State University Hall of Fame and the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
He currently lives in Leawood, Kansas with wife Anamaria, has four daughters and five grandchildren and works for Serve You Customer Prescriptions Management, based in Milwaukee.
Menus for Profit - Presented by Sysco Foods
Americans are now spending more money eating out than they are on groceries. We have more members than ever serving some type of food. If you serve food it is important to cash in on this trend and make some money.
Dustin Howard of Sysco East will conduct this seminar and talk about profitability, presentation and menu creation. Whatís Hot? Whatís not? What must you do to create a menu that is both appealing and profitable? Breaking even is not acceptable! Make your grill, your deep fryer, your kitchen work for you. This seminar will show you how.
Dustin Howard works as a business consultant for Sysco East. He started as a dishwasher and line cook before graduating from the Culinary Institute of New York. He became an Executive Chef at age 23. As an employee, he opened four restaurants in four different states while maintaining a 15% labor cost and a 28% food cost. Receiving many awards along the way, Dustin settled in with Sysco East and has been there since 2012.
Department of Revenue
DOR Inspections: What are they looking for?
You may have already been paid a visit by Department of Revenue agents, if you havenít, get prepared for one. The DOR is responsible for the enforcement of Chapter 125 laws. These are the laws that govern our industry and not knowing them can directly impact your business and livelihood.
So what happens when they pay you a visit? What are agents looking for? What can you do to protect yourself? DOR agents will be on hand to discuss these questions and more. Tax audits will also be discussed, they are becoming more frequent and many of our members have had to face that terrifying ordeal. Time will also be allowed for Q & A. There is a lot of misinformation out there and you need to know the facts. This seminar is for anyone in our industry. Remember, ignorance is no excuse for violating the law!
Tyler Quam - Tyler is a Special Agent in Charge with the Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement unit. Tyler has been in this role for about two years and was previously an agent with the unit, serving a primary enforcement area in the west central part of the state. Before that, he was a Revenue Field Agent in the Wis. Dept. of Revenue's Field Compliance Bureau. Tyler has been with the department for over 13 years.
Kurt Goodreau - Kurt has been with DOR's Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement Unit for approximately one year. Kurt's primary area of enforcement is the east central part of the state. Before joining DOR, Kurt worked as a police officer and detective with the Lake Delton Police Department for over 25 years. Prior to that, Kurt also worked as a trooper with the Wisconsin State Patrol.
Rick Uhlig - Rick has been with DOR's Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement Unit for over 25 years. Rick's primary area of enforcement spans the northeast and northcentral parts of the state. Before joining DOR, Rick worked as an inspector with the Wisconsin State Patrol.