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WAYNE JAGOE has led advertising and marketing initiatives to both large corporations global in scope to small locally owned businesses focusing on customer service in their own communities.

Wayne graduated from St. Andrews College, where he won student of the year and the Judson Food Creativity Award. Between his first and second year of college he served his Royal Highness Prince Andrew.

After graduating Wayne worked for a medium sized Foodservice Distributor in Atlantic Canada leaving to open an INN, Café and Night Club as well as developing a retail culinary store being featured on The Leading Edge television series. Wayne has worked with Bonnie Stern, Anne Lindsay, The Egg Marketing Board as well as creating and hosting his own cooking segment on CBC Television titled Cooking 101.

Wayne created DineAid.Com in 1997 which began as a local on-line dining guide focusing on 4,200 Atlantic Canadian foodservice establishments. DineAid.Com franchised its products and services working directly with North America’s largest independent Foodservice Distributor, Gordon Food Service. DineAid.Com has grown in size to serve over 36,000 foodservice establishments across Canada. DineAid.Com has worked with a number of large foodservice manufactures such as; Highliner Foods, Coca Cola, Lamb-Wesson, Mother Parkers, Jane’s Family Foods, Campbell’s and Lynch Foods.

In 2003 DineAid.Com was sold to Kostuch Publications, Canada’s leading voice of the Canadian Foodservice Industry with such publications as “Foodservice and Hospitality” and “Hotelier” magazines.

Wayne has also delivered a number of timely presentations on ideas and marketing, motivating and educating audience members by his passion and high energy. Wayne has delivered presentations to The CFCC (Canadian Federation of Chefs and Cooks), CRFA (Canadian Restaurant and Foodservice Association), APEX (Atlantic Canada’s Foodservice Exposition), CFSEA (Canadian Foodservice Executive Association), Atlantic Fresh Produce Association, City of Fredericton, Moncton & Saint John, The Province of New Brunswick Tourism and Gordon Food Service.

Wayne lives in Fredericton with his wife Cathy, his son Nicholas and their dog Cassius.