Julie A. Terry

Julie Terry
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Julie A. Terry's Biography

Type Of Business:
Restaurant and outdoor bistro
Marketing Area:
Quality control; Efficiency; Marketing; Cost control; Systems design; Setup; Entrepreneurship
Major Product/SVS:
Mixed fair of gourmet cuisine in a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere
Favorite Business Publication:
Scientific American; Journal of Economics; Economist.com
Building Furniture out of exotic woods; Rebounding, which is exercising on a mini-trampoline; Spending time with family and friends
Education Degrees:
Bachelor's Degree in Economics, Emphases on Natural Resource Planning, Environmental Geology, Chemistry and Industrial Technology,Humboldt State University, CA
Affiliations Awards:
East Orlando Chamber of Commerce; Brevard County Chamber of Commerce; National Republic Congressional Committee; Cambridge Who's Who
Place of Birth:
Children's Names:
Danielle Rachelle Terry (in heaven)
Matthew Joel Terry
Kathlyn Lillian Terry
Work History:
Patricks Air Force Base-Service
Holiday Inn-Sous Chef
Vagabond Hotels-Management
Rio Bravo Country Club-Service
Stuart Anderson's Black Angus-Trainer
Career Achievements:
Family Owned and Operated Business!
Spouse's Name:
Lonnie Ray Terry
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The most gratifying aspects of her career are meeting so many different people from around the world, and seeing smiles on people's faces. Despite people's differences, she states that everyone has one thing in common - they like a good meal.
Number Of Years In Profession:
Number Of Years In Current Position:
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her desire to please people.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession because she and her family were thinking of opening up a restaurant, and as they were driving they saw a school bus for sale. This inspired her to buy the school bus and turn it into a restaurant. She and her family love people.
Extended Bio Profile:
To put it simply...Feed the people with true choice! At Old School Coffee Stop we strive to prepare and cook a meal that will satisfy the hunger and sooth the soul while allowing our customers to choose even the price that they will pay. With our laid back peaceful atmosphere and specialty dishes prepared fresh, we hope to bring the comfort of your back patio and fine dining together. Most of all we hope that our customers can leave satisfied and adapting our motto...Don't Worry...Be happy!
We, Lonnie, Julie, Matthew and Katie are a simple family of four that love people and love to cook. Old School Coffee Stop was an abstract idea that came to life one day while driving down the road. The idea involved a restaurant kitchen and a creative way to build it. On this day of normal errand running, we noticed a school bus for sale. So, idea in mind and school bus in hand, we built the kitchen INSIDE the bus (innovative, no?). After completing the kitchen in the bus, we pondered the question: "where will customers rest their feet while they enjoy our food?" Shortly thereafter we discovered an opening next to Jungle Adventures animal habitat. Being outdoorsy types ourselves, it seemed like a grand idea. So, the innovative people we are, we built an outdoor bistro right next to the pond filled with alligators (have no fear the gators are harmless, like pets, and there is a fence for safety). After all the building and work, we have come to rest at our little cafe awaiting your arrival.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Planning, organizing and executing the daily operations of the restaurant and its adventure tours; Overseeing menu planning, quality control, marketing, advertising and Web design
Education Certifications:
Food Management Certification, State of Florida; Driver's License
Business Woman of the Year (2005); President's List; Honor Roll; Honoray Chairman, National Republic Congressional Committee
Where Will You Be In 5 Years:
In five years, Ms. Terry plans to continue running her restaurant. She would also like to expand it as a franchise and set up other families in their own restaurants.
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