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. Charlie Eagle of Southern Specialties with his 1963 Porsche 356 Cabriolet. An absolutely gorgeous classic 1955 Porsche Speedster owned by Church Brothers Farms Chairman Steve Church in Salinas, CA. Brian Antle, executive vice president of sales at Tanimura & Antle, in a TrophyLite truck at the Vegas to Reno off-road race. Western Fresh Marketing Vice President and Import Manager Chris Kragie’s 1932 Ford. Rusty Lake, purchasing director for Vito’s Fresh Foods in Southport, CT, with her rare 1994 911 Porsche Speedster. Joe Esta of Wada Farms shows off some of his rides. Brian Peixoto of Lakeside Organic Gardens and his 1969 Camaro Z28. Oppy’s Eric Ziegenfuss owns this 1989 Military HMMWV. Seen here are Oppy employees Tony Illiano, Tom Deaver (Kiwi), Ziegenfuss, Jason Morris and Stephen Sanders. Michael Stephan of Monterey Mushrooms has had this 1974 VW Karmann Ghia coupe since 1984 when he was in high school. Doug Rodriguez of Windmill Farms owns this 1955 Ford Custom Ranch Wagon 272 ci V8. This 1960 Cadillac Coupe de Ville was a favorite of Johnny Miller, who is married to Teri Miller of The Fresh Market, based in Greensboro, NC. Albert Wada of Wada Farms doesn't worry if there's a bump in the road. Idaho Potato Commission Vice President of Foodservice Alan J. Kahn’s 1968 Camaro convertible. Greenhouse Produce Co. President Fried De Schouwer's 1960 Austin Healey 3000 Mk2. Jay Jordan, COO of Strella Biotechnology, in his Lotus Esprit. R. Valenzuela of Ruby J Farms LLC ready to hit the road. Chuck Zeutenhorst, president of FirstFruits Marketing, and his 1969 Camaro. Douglas Nasif's 48 Power Wagon. Dave Westendorf of Harvest  Pride Produce stopped on Palomar Mountain in San Diego County to take a picture of his 2011 Porsche 911 GTS. PureCrop1  Founder and Executive Chairman Ray Drysdale’s 1939 Chevy Sedan Delivery, former Krispy Kreme Delivery. Louis Thompson, driver at California Endive Farms, has the coolest ride on the parking lot. This 1969 RS/SS Camaro belongs to Steve Grinstead of FreshEdge. Don Odiorne, former Idaho Potato Commission vice president of foodservice and website, restored this 1973 Ford Capri as a retirement project. Super Marketing Promotions President Kevin Dunleavy’s 65 MGB. Amy Gates, vice president of SealdSweet/Greenyard USA, said this 1967 RS Camaro has been in the family for over 40 years. George Menendez of Consolidated West’s 1989 BMW M3. Allen Lund Co. Vice President David Lund’s car is the most discreet ride on the road. Pete Pappas of Pete Pappas & Sons in his 1955 Chevrolet 3100. Jim Saavedra’s Yamaha motorcycle and Keith Wilson’s 2015 Camaro keep the Cecelia Packing parking lot looking good. Bill Dodd of Midwest Apple Improvement Association in his Porsche Spyder. This Harley 1934 VLD belongs to Keith Wilson, president of King Fresh Produce LLC. John Baillie of Jack T Baillie Co. Inc. said his GMC Sierra Denali four-wheel drive Just hit 300K miles. This 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible, restored back to its original condition, belongs to Rob Russo, general manager of Dole Diversified N.A. Rudy Tijerina of Green Light Go isn't a fan of red lights. David Moen of California Endive Farms and his 2015 Mustang. This 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback GT belongs to Peter Georgalos of D’Arrigo Bros. of California. This 1971 Lincoln Mark III belongs to Rob  Johnson of Island Independent Buying Group Ltd. David Boyd of Garlock Printing & Converting, which manufactures produce packaging, in ‘Dave’s Buggy.’ Harold and Amanda Gordon — son and granddaughter of Myra Gordon, longtime manager of the Hunts Point Produce Market — with his 1976 Alfa Romeo Spider. Richard Roberts of Garlock Printing & Converting in his 1981 Chevy Malibu. Jeff Walker of T C Marketing Inc. loves his 1972 Roadrunner. Jessica Nunez of Garlock Printing & Converting and her 2014 Jeep Wrangler and 2021 Can Am Ryker. Rob Nerland of Performance Foodservice – Florence. Greg Hess of Cal Fresco with his restored 1973 Corvette. Mark Frazee of Great West Produce Co.’s 1974 Alfa Romeo GTV. Michael Fernandes, director of sales for John Greene Logistics & Greene Transport Cos., and his 2016 Jeep Rubicon. There's a reason Kris Sechler of Giant/Martins looks forward to the commute each day. Raymond Garcia of Kirschenman Organic Grapes' El Camino. This 1967 Chevelle SS was built and is owned by Tim Edmondson, president of SMP Southeast and Edmondson Farms. Stanley Orchards Sales’ Ron Cohn’s 2009 Porsche Cayman S Race Car. Hector Monreal of California Endive Farms enjoys getting out in his Jeep Wrangler. Janssen PMP Director Sales and Marketing Thomas Kotterer's Shelby GT 500. President and CEO of Johanson Transportation Service Larry Johanson’s 1964 Corvette Resto Mod. Thomas Fresh CEO Roy Hinchey’s 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III. NNZ Sales Manager Jim Mattocks’ 1976 Ford Bronco. Thomas Fresh CEO Roy Hinchey’s 1967 Lincoln Continental. Bill Proctor, who owns a produce market in Everett WA, also owns this Ford Falcon Sprint. Kevin Sterner, national account manager for Hampton Farms, and his 2017 Honda Africa Twin. Consumer Fresh Produce’s Pete Machi’s huckster truck. Thomas Fresh CEO Roy Hinchey’s 1970 Cadillac Coupe DeVille. Joe Murphy, president of Fresh Horizons, gets around on this 2002 Harley Fatboy. Nick Bavaro, president and chief operations officer of Rocket Farms, owns this 1969 SS Camaro. The M. levin wagon is M. Levin & Co. Inc.’s ride. Pete F. Machi of Consumer Fresh Produce has owned this 1979 Lincoln Mark IV for 41 years. Duncan Marriott of King Orange is faced with a tough choice each morning: drive his 2018 Ford Raptor or his 2020 Ford Shelby GT500.

Concours d' Fresh: Produce industry members rev their engines.

The Produce News is proud to present the produce industry’s first ever Concours d' Fresh. We asked to see  your wheels — and you didn’t disappoint. This virtual car show features classic cars from the 50s, modern day race cars, old-school produce wagons — anything on wheels worth seeing.

In this month's edition of Sightings: Face to Face with the Produce Industry, get a look at what some of your fellow industry friends and colleagues ride in on the way to the airport before meeting up with you at trade shows — and be sure to keep an eye out for our May 24th print edition, which will include all of the submissions.

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