Mayor Romeo Theken and Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub President Charlie Noyes signing the declaration.
Moving Gloucester Forward!
Today before an international delegation from the Seafood Expo North America held at the Gloucester House Restaurant luncheon, Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken announced a brand new partnership between Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub, Gloucester Seafood Processing, and Fishermen’s Wharf. Ninety Nine will source local seafood from Gloucester to all of its 105 New England restaurants.
“The City of Gloucester would like to thank the Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub for this new business opportunity for the Gloucester seafood industry. The relationship between our city and the Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub would not have happened if it were not for the strength of Gloucester seafood and its world-renowned products, ” said Mayor Theken
“The Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub is based here in Massachusetts and as part of our culture, we strive to build local partnerships with communities across the region. We see today’s announcement, and our decisions to contract Gloucester Seafood as a smart way to support our efforts to offer healthy, fresh, local options to our guests,” said President Charlie Noyes. “We are proud to support the local economy and offer Gloucester seafood to our guests given its strong reputation in the marketplace.”
Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives President Angela San Filippo, Maria and Sal Di Stefano
Chamber President Ken Riehl and Community Development’s Carol Thistle
Mayor Sefatia thanking Lenny Linquata
City Councilors Scott Memhard and Jamie O’Hara
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