If you’re looking to host a company luncheon or wine and dine your guests at your upcoming wedding, consider a company I trust: ELIZABETH’S CATERING.
I have investigated ELIZABETH’S CATERING. I have looked into their history, the way they conduct business and how they treat their clients and I am proud to declare ELIZABETH’S CATERING GEPHARDT APPROVED.
“You’ve got to treat your customer’s right. Show up on time, provide excellent service, and give the customer the quality of food they want and expect out of a caterer,” says Ken Copeland, General Manager of ELIZABETH’S CATERING. Ken tells me that almost twenty years ago his parents Elizabeth and Rich Copeland were operating a small sandwich shop. “I don’t think they thought twenty years ago that we would grow into a 10,000 square foot building, have more than 45 employees and the ability to cater up to 27 events in a single day, but we do.” Ken says it was in no time, the popularity of ELIZABETH’S CATERING grew causing them to relocate several times over the course of the company’s history.
…If a customer can dream it up, we can make it…”
ELIZABETH’S CATERING still makes the very sandwiches that made them famous, but they have grown into a menu that includes hundreds of different items. During my investigation I asked Ken what they couldn’t make, “Honestly if the customer can dream it up, we can make it,” he says. “I once had a bride and groom request an exotic meats option for their guests, and that’s exactly what we gave them. We flew in meat from all over the world to make sure this couple got exactly what they wanted on their wedding day. We truly want our customer to be happy.”
ELIZABETH’S CATERING touts a full service experience that includes: box lunch, black-tie affairs, corporate parties, weddings, company picnics, and large festivals and gatherings. “We can cater anywhere from 20 to 10,000 guests.” Ken tells me ELIZABETH’S CATERING can even help you out on décor, flowers, linens, and entertainment. From Ogden to Provo and Tooele to Park City, they cover the entire Wasatch Front. “We stand by our commitment to excellent service, and strive for the highest quality of cuisine.” Part of that quality comes from supporting Utah food suppliers. “We’re part of Utah’s own and we try to source from local suppliers whenever possible.”
“2012 Chamber West Business of the Year”
Ken says that his mother has been recognized by the Utah Business Magazine as one of the top 25 businesses owned by women, and one of the top 10 caterers in Utah. In 2012, Chamber West named ELIZABETH’S CATERING as the 2012 Chamber West Business of the Year.
So, there you go: ELIZABETH’S CATERING. Now you know some of what I know about the company. You know what my investigation revealed. You know why I trust this company and now you know why I am proud to endorse ELIZABETH’S CATERING as GEPHARDT APPROVED.
~ Bill Gephardt