Southborough, MA – William “Bill” Zammer, Jr., owner/operator of several lodging and foodservice facilities on Cape Cod (known as Cape Cod Restaurants, Inc.), was selected as the 2010 – 2011 chairman of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association (MRA).
Zammer is a veteran in the Foodservice Industry, having been in the business and operated a number of establishments over the past 40 years. He has served as President and CEO of the Seilers/Sodexo Company, a foodservice firm. He is the Past President of the MRA Hospitality Institute (now the MRA Educational Foundation) and was inducted into the Massachusetts Hospitality Hall of Fame in 2003. Last year he was honored by the MRA as the 2009 Restaurateur of the Year. Linda Zammer, Bill’s wife has also been active in the MRA for many years. Recently, Linda was elected Vice President of the MRA Educational Foundation.
Currently, Mr. Zammer is the Chairman of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Vice Chairman of the Cape Cod Health Care and Hospitals, on the Board of Trustees of Cape Cod Community College (where he and his wife Linda started the Linda and William Zammer Hospitality Institute), on the Advisory Board of the Upper Cape Regional Technical High School, and is a board member on Ray Tye Medical Foundation. He is also a director for the Police Athletic League of Cape Cod, Boys and Girls Clubs of Cape Cod, Cape Cod Business Roundtable, Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, Cape Cod & Islands Workforce Investment Board, and serves the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board and Marine Biological Laboratories at Woods Hole.