Restaurants and Hospitality

Arthur Junstrom

Arthur Junstrom

Current City: Monroeville, PA
Chapter: Pittsburgh SCORE

I worked over 30 years for a large multi-national manufacturing corporation.  My areas of responsibility centered mainly on Accounting functions such as Billing and Invoicing, Inventory Control, Accounts Payable, Payroll and long range planning.  I prepared monthly forecasts, Annual Business Plans and 5 year projections and eventually compared actual results to those forecasts to provide Executive Management the information necessary to effectively manage the operations to maximize profitability.

After retirement I took several positions in the Hospitality Industry focusing primarily on Customer Service and Accounting functions.



I have an Accounting degree from Robert Morris University and a Business degree from Penn State.

Phil’s Old-Fashioned BBQ

Phil Bouchard
My Location
589 Elm Street
Milford NH
United States
Year Company Formed
How SCORE Helped

Phil Bouchard encountered numerous obstacles in getting his business up and running. Read his story in the Union Leader:

How likely is it that you would recommend SCORE to a friend or colleague?
What is the primary reason for the score you just gave us?
Informative, helpful, knowledgeable,sensitive to issues,understanding
What improvement could SCORE do to improve our service?
Possibly have more volunteers (if possible) in some areas, I am looking for help in the social media area and the person that has the expertise is extremely busy. It would be great to have more than just one.
My mentor listened and understood my needs
My mentor was able to assist me
Informative, helpful, knowledgeable,sensitive to issues,understanding
My mentor recommended additional SCORE sercices or scheduled a follow up meeting for me
I will return to see this mentor again
Why did you answer this way?
I feel comfortable speaking with the mentors on my issue and feel they will be a great help in mentoring me.
I will use SCORE again in the next 3 months

Philip Lahm

Philip Lahm

Current City: Bradenton, FL
Chapter: Manasota SCORE

Food Service distribution

Growing Sales



BS Economics Albany State University

Tyler Ryan Moffatt

Tyler Ryan Moffatt

Current City: Boone, NC
Chapter: Asheville SCORE

• Moffatt & Moffatt, PLLC – Boone, North Carolina – September 2010 to Present-Attorney-Member • Kathryn S. Drake, Attorney at Law – Wake Forest, North Carolina – January 2009 through April 2010-Law Clerk • Michael K. Perry, Attorney at Law – Wake Forest, North Carolina – January 2010 through April 2010-Law Clerk • Malcolm E. Harris, Attorney at Law – Wake Forest, North Carolina – May 2009 through April 2010-Law Clerk



• Juris Doctorate – Elon University School of Law – May 2010 • Bachelors of Science – Major in Political Science – North Carolina State University – December 2006

Linked Cause, LLC

Problem: Hunger is a problem that has been addressed in many different ways including local, regional, national, and worldwide initiatives. But, despite our best efforts, it continues to be an ever-expanding problem that is looking for unique and innovative solutions.

Challenge: To discover and implement ways to provide for those in need.

Solution:  Three approaches…by:     

  • Fighting hunger around the world;
  • Providing marketing opportunities for participating restaurants; and,
  • Helping food shelves and other providers raise funds and awareness for their causes. 
David Woodbury
My Successes

Projects: In the first full year of operation, eatiply™ donated over 300,000 meals to charity by working with restaurants in Minnesota, Arkansas, and Washington.

The Future: Woodbury’s goal is to expand to all 50 states and to have at least 50 participating restaurants in each state. He is seeking an initial round of financing to expedite growth and to greatly increase the number of meals that can be donated to charity partners.  Also, Mr. Woodbury plans to launch another related concept called drinkiply™ which will work on the same partnership concept as eatiply™ but will provide clean drinking water to people in developing countries.   




What's Great About My Mentor?

“SCORE, and especially Doug Petersen, have been a great resource for the launch and growth of eatiply™. SCORE is a valuable resource for entrepreneurs in all stages of development.” – David Woodbury, Owner.


            I’m a retired sales and marketing guy who’s recently purchased a local convenience store. What are some of the key numbers I should be monitoring to successfully manage the business’ finances?

About the Author

            This column is brought to you by the Merrimack Valley Chapter of SCORE, with nearly 70 current and former business executives available to provide free, confidential, one-on-one business mentoring and training workshops for area businesses. Call 603-666-7561 or visit for information on mentoring, upcoming workshops and volunteer opportunities. SCORE is a national, non-profit organization and a resource partner of the U. S. Small Business Administration.

Workshop Poster Spring 2014 Low Resolution

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