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‘Server of the Month:’ Culvers’ Beth Sandrone

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Arianne Brown
Arianne Brown is a mom of nine who writes columns for many local and national publications. She currently resides in Payson, and enjoys looking for good happenings in her area and sharing them for others to read about. For more of her stories, search "A Mother's Write" on Facebook.

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Culvers in Spanish Fork serves burgers, fries,brseafood sandwiches, its signature frozen custard, and a good dose ofbrhospitality. And according to owner, Monty Hedin, having employees who are abrbeacon in the community is what he looks for in those he has work for him.

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“A main goal of Culvers is to be a rock in thebrcommunity, and to expand our footprint through doing good,” Hedin said. “We dobrthat through many charitable endeavors, as well as through simply havingbremployees who share the spirit of service while here.”

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According to Hedin, that charitable spirit canbrbe found in the restaurant’s daytime manager, brBeth Sandrone, who is this month’s “Server of the Month.”

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“Beth started out as a regular customer whobrmoved here from Wisconsin in 2015,” Hedin said. “Culvers originated inbrWisconsin, and so Beth was familiar with the restaurant, and would come oftenbrwith family. She was such a delight when she came in, and had such a greatbrsmile, so one day I asked her if she wanted to be the face of Culvers atbrSpanish Fork.”

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Sandrone has worked at Culvers for two years,brand Hedin said that he has been impressed with her ability to connect withbrcustomers in a positive and often unforgettable way.

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“Many of the regular customers know Beth bybrname,” Hedin said. “Everyone who comes in and is served by Beth feels likebrthey’ve been hugged by their grandma. You’ll have had a better day just bybrseeing her. She is that special.”

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It isn’t just Sandrone’s customer service thatbrsets her apart, however. Hedin said that her work ethic is next to none.

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“Beth is never idle,” Hedin said. “If she’sbrnot taking an order, she is cleaning tables. You will see her holding two traysbrat one time, which is no easy feat for anyone, let alone Beth, who does it allbrwith one hand. Beth was born with one hand and does more than most who havebrtwo. She really is amazing.”

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On behalf of the community, Serve Daily thanksbrBeth Sandrone for her hard work and service, and congratulates her on beingbrrecognized as this month’s “Server of the Month.”

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If you have someone you would like tobrnominate, send it to editor@servedaily.com.br(Brown is a Serve Daily contributor.)  

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Photo: Beth Sandrone

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Photo Credit: Monte Hedin

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