Orrell’s Builds Dog House for “Raise the Woof”

Lees East Rowan Café Wins Big!

Sarah Bickish, owner of Lee’s East Rowan Cafe, and Paul Hager, manager, will be traveling to the Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Coca-Cola 600 race.

Sarah Bickish, owner of Lee’s East Rowan Cafe, and Paul Hager, manager, will be traveling to the Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Coca-Cola 600 race.

Congratulations to one of our customers, Lees East Rowan Café! They won the grand prize drawing at the Cheerios food show by General Mills – one of our vendors!

Not only did they win an all-expense paid trip to Charlotte for the May 29 NASCAR race, but their logo will be featured on the upper quarter panel of the No. 3 race car driven by Austin Dillon.

Every year, Lees East Rowan Café comes to Orrell’s Food Show to visit the different booths and learn new things that they use for the restaurant. They pride themselves on offering fresh, homemade food.

See the article in the Salisbury Post here.

2016 Food Show

Orrells Foodshow 2016b.epsBy Matt Batts, The Dispatch – Orrell’s Food Service hosted its annual food service food show on Wednesday inside the banquet hall at Richard Childress Racing, bringing together food vendors and restaurant owners for a day-long meet-and-greet and product showcase.

The event, held in late March or early April each year, aims to allow food brokers an opportunity to speak with customer accounts in person and spend time explaining new offerings or programs. Vendors on hand displayed foods ranging from chicken breasts and wings to sausages and potatoes and an array of desserts. Customers visiting vendor booths were then offered an incentive through Orrell’s allowance program for items purchased during the show. Read more and see a video by clicking here.


2016 Food Show

Orrell’s 2015 Food Show Success

Thanks to our customers, suppliers, and business partners, Orrell’s 2015 Food Show was a great success. Hundreds of people crowded into the Richard Childress Racing Complex on April 1st to sample a wide variety of foods. There were over 90 vendors and more than 300 customers, along with others present just to try the food choices.

Tony Orrell, president and CEO of Orrell’s Food Service, said he looks forward to the event every year to provide excellent service for his customers and suppliers and to help them obtain the best deals for their orders.

The event is a chance for vendors to showcase products ranging from cleaning supplies, cooking oils, paper products, meats, cheeses, vegetables and desserts. But Orrell said it is also a good opportunity to catch up with old friends and to develop new relationships.

Read the full story about Orrell’s Food Show online here in The Dispatch.

2015 Food Show

Come join us on April 1st, 2015 from 10 am to 5 pm at RCR Complex in Welcome, NC.

  • Over 90 suppliers with over 400 product lines
  • New items for your review and sampling
  • Money Machine drawings throughout the day
  • Check or Credit for all your show purchases (Issued at the end of the delivery period)
  • Six week delivery period offered

You Don’t Want to Miss the Excitement!


Orrell’s to Hold Flu Clinic October 10, 2014

whatstrueaboutfluFlu season is almost here, but NOW is the time to protect yourself, your family and your colleagues. Influenza is a serious illness that affects people of all ages. It’s particularly dangerous for those considered high-risk, but even healthy people get the flu. And it’s easily transmitted. The best way to keep from getting sick and infecting those you love? Get an annual flu shot.

For your convenience, we’re hosting an onsite flu shot clinic:

Date: October 10, 2014

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Place: Conference Room/Orrell’s Food Service


The flu shot: The truth

There are a lot of myths surrounding the flu shot that sometimes prevent people from getting one every year. Here are some truths you might not be aware of:


Early vaccination (before December) is best, since it takes time for the body to produce protective antibodies.1


The flu shot is 75 to 90 percent effective in preventing infection.1


You cannot GET the flu from the flu shot. It is made from purified,
noninfectious viruses.1


You need a flu shot every year, because a person’s antibodies diminish over time and the flu strain changes every year.1 Last year’s flu shot will NOT protect you against this year’s flu.


bcbslogoDon’t let the flu get you down. Get your seasonal flu shot at the onsite clinic. Go to www.bcbsnc.com/flu for more information.


Download these files for FAQs and more information on how to stay healthy this flu season:


1 Source: http://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/misconceptions.htm (accessed June 2014).

Each clinic has been allocated a supply of vaccine. Shots will be given on a first-come, first-served basis until the supply is depleted. A parent or legal guardian must accompany children ages 4–17 and provide written authorization (children under 4 should see their physician). Nonmembers may receive a flu shot for $30 (cash or check only). Members in self-funded plans should check with their plan administrator to determine if the influenza vaccine and FluMist® are covered benefits and, if covered, where they can receive the benefit at the lowest cost. These flu shots will be administered by representatives of Maxim Health Systems, a division of Maxim Healthcare Services. In the event that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommend that flu shots go to “priority groups” before the general public, Maxim Health Systems will give priority to those who fit the CDC’s high-risk criteria.


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