CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. – Dot Foods’ Cambridge City distribution center employees and family members recently supported the Fayette Regional Firefighters 5K Walk/Run in Cambridge City. On September 10, 22 Dot employees and eight family members participated in the event, which is held as part of the Wayne County Challenge and raises funds for the Cambridge City Fire Department. 

Dot Foods’ participants pose before the race. Front row, left to right: Julia Ruffcorn, Kayti Kieffer, Ella Nicholson, Julie Roddy, Kevin Newhouse, Jason Newhouse and Tonya Tebbe. Middle row, left to right: Kate Robinson, Jen Dulin, Joyce Baker, Jennifer Moistner, Todd Moistner, Becky Reynolds, Rinda Kieffer, Shelia Campbell, Kenny Newhouse and Mandy Newhouse. Back row, left to right: Casey Corbly, Gina Ruffcorn, Arlis Baker, Madeline Ferrell, Terry Ferrell, Julie Vecera, Rocky Vecera, Doug Brown, John Campbell, Sam Andrews, Tim Loyd and Sabrina Taylor.

Earlier this year, Dot Foods donated $1,500 to the Cambridge City Fire Department to go toward the purchase of new turnout gear.

Dot Foods Inc. carries 100,000 products from 700 food industry manufacturers and is the largest food redistributor in the United States. Dot Foods and Dot Transportation sell and deliver foodservice, convenience, retail, vending, equipment and supplies to leading distributors in all 50 states. Dot Foods operates eight distribution centers in: Modesto, Calif.; Vidalia, Ga.; Burley, Idaho; Mt. Sterling, Ill.; Cambridge City, Ind.; Williamsport, Md.; Liverpool, N.Y.; and Ardmore, Okla.