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Mazzone-Classe merger creates largest local caterer

From left, Sean Willcoxon, chief operating officer of Mazzone Hospitality; Brian Palazzolo, president of Classe Catering; and Matthew Mazzone, chief financial officer of Mazzone Hospitality, watch executive chef Jon Simmons cook a tenderloin in the kitchen at Classe Catering on Petra Lane in Colonie. Mazzone Hospitality and Classe Catering announced a merger to create the single largest catering entity in the Capital Region on Wednesday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
From left, Sean Willcoxon, chief operating officer of Mazzone Hospitality; Brian Palazzolo, president of Classe Catering; and Matthew Mazzone, chief financial officer of Mazzone Hospitality, watch executive chef Jon Simmons cook a tenderloin in the kitchen at Classe Catering on Petra Lane in Colonie. Mazzone Hospitality and Classe Catering announced a merger to create the single largest catering entity in the Capital Region on Wednesday morning.
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Mazzone Hospitality has acquired longtime competitor Classé Catering in a merger that creates the single largest catering entity in the Capital Region. The two companies have been friendly competitors over the years, with their own specializations and clientele. Management actually met about three years ago to discuss a possible merger, but the talks went stale. They didn’t pick up again until about four months ago. “There are different life cycles in the business,” said Matt ...


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