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Festival Foods CEO succeeds through customer service (video, story)

Festival Foods CEO succeeds through customer service

2:43 PM, May 17, 2013
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When Mark Skogen joined his family's grocery business in 1990, the company only had a few locations.

Today, Skogen's Festival Foods operates 17 stores around the state, including some in the Fox Cities. Its recent acquisition of Spiegelhoff's SuperValu in Kenosha will bring the family's total to 18 when it takes over that location in June.

The Skogens aren't stopping at just acquiring the store, said Mark Skogen, president and CEO of his family's business, which was started by his grandparents Paul and Jane Skogen in 1946 in Onalaska. Plans are to build a new Festival Foods store next door to ...

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