2013-10-25 00:29:41 - Andy Brow has been named Director of Dining Services for The Barrington of Carmel, a lifecare senior living community opening next month.
The Barrington of Carmel, a life care senior living community opening next month, has named Andy Brow director of dining services. The announcement was made by Troy Cannaday, executive director of The Barrington.
“Brow has had tremendous experience in the dining services industry focusing on guest satisfaction,” said Cannaday. “Brow will bring a customer service approach to the community where he thinks of our residents as guests and how to provide an optimal dining experience for them that feels like a restaurant atmosphere, and that makes him perfect for our team.”
Having grown up in Anderson, Brow went on to major in business administration at Ball State University and then later transferred to Anderson College. Brow’s career started with a 28-year
tenure with Bob Evans Restaurants. He served as Area Director for more than 20 years in the Fort Wayne, IN, market. In that role, Brow was a successful multi-unit executive responsible for overseeing eight restaurants across Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio, which encompassed 35 managers and more than 500 employees. During his time with Bob Evans, he grew the market from two restaurants to eight under his direction. Through Bob Evans and local marketing events, Brow was involved with MDA, Mad Anthonys Children’s Hope House and the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo.
“I am honored to be given the opportunity to become part of this very exciting team at The Barrington. As Director of Dining Services, our team’s goal is to provide total resident satisfaction, one resident at a time,” said Brow. “By doing this, our team will help make The Barrington of Carmel the premier retirement community in the great Indianapolis area. I look forward to being able to give back to the community in this way.”
About The Barrington of Carmel
Situated on a 19-acre campus on Guilford Road off 116th Street, The Barrington currently is under construction and will feature 134 maintenance-free, independent living apartment homes and embrace the wellness-minded attitude of today’s older adults. The community, opening in November 2013, is 80% pre-sold and will provide a variety of services and amenities, including fine dining, a bistro, fitness and wellness centers, creative arts studio, salon and spa, library, housekeeping, scheduled transportation and more.
The Barrington of Carmel is sponsored by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation. Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC) is a not-for-profit organization that sponsors and operates the life care communities of Edgemere (Dallas), Querencia at Barton Creek (Austin), The Buckingham (Houston), Mirador (Corpus Christi), and The Stayton at Museum Way (Fort Worth).
For more information about The Barrington of Carmel, visit www.TheBarringtonofCarmel.com or call the Information Center at (317) 706-6760.
For more information about SQLC, visit www.SQLC.org.