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Maxine Turner, President of Cuisine Unlimited and Chair of the US Chamber of Commerce Council on Small Business
There are several issues developing in Congress right now that could significantly affect small business. The Council on Small Business is the driving force in formulating the US Chamber of Commerce’s aggressive small business policy agenda. The Council is run by Utah’s very own Maxine Turner, president of Cuisine Unlimited. She recently returned from Washington and will provide an update on important issues all small businesses need to be aware of.
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President, Cuisine Unlimited
Maxine Turner founded Cuisine Unlimited Catering Service in 1980. In 1985 she opened her first deli operation and expanded to four sites over eight years. Marv Turner, her husband, joined her a number of years later and son, Aaron and Jeff Turner in 2003. They expanded their services to include a design, rental, and florals division and recently added DMC services. Cuisine Unlimited has been recognized internally, and has received multiple awards.
Maxine serves on the board of the US Chamber of Commerce, and is the chair of the US Chamber of Commerce Council on Business, Economic Development Corporation of Utah, Salt Lake City Convention and Visitor Bureau, Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, Park City Chamber Bureau, Jr. Achievement, and the Salt Lake Community College Culinary Board. She is an instructor at the Park City Culinary Institute teaching the principals of catering. In 2013, she co-authored a catering text book distributed to culinary schools throughout the United States and featured in the book Women Who Mean Business.