Schnitzelbank Catering celebrates 30 yearsFebruary 28, 2020
From Local Sources
JASPER — Schnitzelbank Catering celebrated its 30th anniversary on Thursday night. The Jasper business launched in 1990 and has serviced the area ever since.
“We’ve definitely spread out through the Tri-State, into the Evansville [and] Louisville area,” said Kim Voegerl, marketing and sales coordinator at the local organization. “We do way more than weddings. We do corporate events, we do their company parties, their summer company picnics.”
The company’s reach extends even beyond that. It originally started inside the Schnitzelbank Restaurant on Third Avenue in Jasper, but moved into its own facility in 1998.
Schnitzelbank Catering recently unveiled new menu items for both breakfast and lunch. The local business can cook meals for guests on location or in one of its four mobile kitchens on wheels that are fully equipped with fryers, stoves, broilers, ovens and coolers.
Voegerl thanked all those who have supported Schnitzelbank Catering over the years.
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