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Happy Veteran`s Day!

Posted on: 11/8/2019
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Happy Halloween!!

Posted on: 10/28/2019
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Happy Veteran`s Day!
Written By: Salsa de Rosa Team ~ 11/8/2019

From one veteran to another, I want to wish all veterans a
Happy Veteran’s Day on behalf of Salsa de Rosa!

We’re honored to have several vets on our team: Me (Army), Erik (Navy) and Joe (Marine Corps). Josh is our only non-vet, but he went to a military prep school (court ordered…haha, just kidding) where he learned many of the great attributes military trained personnel do: Leadership, Teamwork, Discipline, Integrity, attention to detail, to name just a few. Hiring a vet is a no-brainer.

Now that I’m older, softer and crustier, it’s easy to look back on my days in the army with fondness. Truth be told, there was a lot of misery during my time as an Army Ranger. When I got out, I told myself I wouldn’t forget being wet, cold and tired versus only remembering the ‘good times’, of which there were plenty.

The Ranger Battalion at Ft. Lewis (now JBLM – joint base Lewis McChord), was reinstituted in Oct ’74. I arrived there in Nov ’77. I went through the original RIP (Ranger Indoctrination Program) for newbie Rangers. Lt. Colonel Downing was my commander. He was superseded by Lt. Colonel Powell, who was killed in a C-130 accident in Ca that carried members of my platoon, a couple months after I had left.

Randy Shugart, who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for the battle of Mogadishu in 1993, was in Alpha Company 1st Platoon at the same time I was in 3rd Platoon. He left the Ranger Battalion to join Delta Force, while I went off to get married instead.

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How life’s paths take us in different directions.

Ro and I feel good about our choices. And now our son, Erik, also a vet (albeit from the Navy), will take over the business in the next couple of years thanks to the leadership of our GM Josh.

Google just recognized Salsa de Rosa for being ‘Veteran Led’ and ‘highly rated’.
Check out our award:
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P.S. Happy Birthday to our beloved Morgan.
She would be 32 on the 10th. Happy Birthday Morgan, thank you for interceding on our behalf.
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Welcome Floyd Peterson Cheese Company!
Written By: Salsa de Rosa Team ~ 11/4/2019

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We are beyond excited to announce our new partnership with Peterson Distribution to cover our accounts in the NW, replacing R&K Foods. Peterson will enable us to grow our existing accounts through increased customer service and expanded sku counts. Watch for our 48oz units at your favorite market!

Peterson also offers us a greater reach AND food service accounts! For years I’ve been wanting to sell Salsa de Rosa in bulk as an ingredient in food. Peterson provides access to numerous food service accounts and deli’s.

Salsa de Rosa, when used as an ingredient, and heaven forbid, put into the hands of a creative cook who likes to try new things and take risks with food, will realize fantabulous meals that can be made at home or for the masses, as well.

We look forward to growing both our businesses. Talk about a win-win!

Hmm…so this is what ‘winning’ feels like? Heck yeah!!


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Happy Halloween!!
Written By: Salsa de Rosa Team ~ 10/28/2019

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Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, I’m a big kid at heart. I love a good Halloween costume party too. It’s too bad a great costume party has been coopted by our PC world. Finding a suitable costume is nearly impossible these days.

Here’s a few memories from year’s past:
Scavenger hunt game in my neighborhood where guests had to find, interpret and solve clues to find the next one. Once they had all the clues collected, they assembled the ‘puzzle’ and solved the picture puzzles (remember the TV game Concentration?)

Shots at the door to gain entry – you needed a costume, too.
Prizes (salsa) for the best costume.

Celebrating costumes of guests that were so outside what you’d think they’d ever wear. Crazy fun!
Ahhh, the good ol’ days.

Would you attend a Halloween Costume Party sponsored by Salsa de Rosa? Gotta Uber it here and home!


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