Monday, August 15, 2011
Gold Medal Expands in Response to Growing Sales
Here we grow again. More and more people around the world are discovering the gold in Gold Medal
Products, creating an increased demand for concession equipment and the corresponding supplies.
Greater sales and worldwide growth drove the need to expand Gold Medal’s flavor production. In
response, the company has expanded its flavor department and renovated some of its facilities. The
addition contains 10 more flavor bays, a large capacity elevator, three loading docks, and space for
The projects will be completed June 18th and mark the third time the company has expanded since
opening its current facility in 1997. With this two-level, 13,000+ square foot addition, the
Medallion Drive location will be more than 438,000 square feet.
“Since the early days of Gold Medal Products, our flavor products have been recognized as being
industry leaders,” Dan Kroeger, president and CEO, said. “This new expansion will allow
us to continue bringing out new, creative products for our customers.”
Also, in recognition of new product development and the company’s manufacturing innovations,
Gold Medal recently received a Manny Award from Cincy Magazine. J.C. Evans, Chairman, accepted the
award along with other senior staff members at the June event. Gold Medal was nominated by a
community partner and an independent panel representing various business sectors conducted the
judging. For more information on the award, go to www.cincymagazine.com.
About Gold Medal Products Co.
Gold Medal was founded in 1931 by David C. Evans. He purchased Kings Ink Company and expanded
the ink-only products to include concession food lines under the name Gold Medal. The company
continued to grow, becoming the one-stop shop for concession equipment and supplies. With the help
of David’s sons, David Bruce and J.C., Gold Medal became a worldwide concession leader by
creating industry milestones and revolutionary advances. It’s a privately held, family-run