Food and Beverage Professional Rick Viviani Joins SEH

March 31, 2016

Rick Viviani has joined SEH as a Business Development Manager for our Food and Beverage services.

He comes to SEH with 10 years of experience with account management, assessing client needs, and building trusting relationships.

In his new role at SEH, Rick will work closely with major food and beverage clients and prospects, to identify wise waste stream management solutions. 

I am pleased to welcome Rick to SEH! Rick’s insider knowledge of the day-to-day challenges and opportunities within the food and beverage industry will be a great match for our clients.
Mark Broses, Regional Leader


Prior to joining SEH, Rick served as a Customer Development Specialist with Gordon Food Service (GFS). GFS is one of the largest, privately held, family-managed food distribution company in North America. He also worked as a Sales Consultant for Reinhart Food Service, the fourth largest foodservice distributor in the county.

Serving customers in the food and beverage industry is his passion.

“Pairing people and companies that have a common goal or interest and helping it all come together is rewarding to me,” says Rick. “I find joy in understanding people’s needs and finding ways to connect them to the solutions they desire.” 

Up Close and Personal

Rick was born and raised in Wisconsin. He majored in Communications with a marketing minor and speech emphasis from University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. After college he moved to Chicago, Illinois, where he lived for nine years and recently relocated to Madison, Wisconsin.  Rick is happily married to his wife, Nichole. The two are proud parents of their four-month-old son, Harrison. Rick is an avid sports fan. He is a season ticket holder for Wisconsin Badger football and basketball, a seasoned golfer and enjoys working in the yard.

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