Stuart Wisel Joins A.J. Letizio Sales & Marketing Foodservice Team in New England

A.J. Letizio Sales & Marketing, Inc. is excited to announce that Stuart Wisel will join its Foodservice Division in January of 2024. Stuart will serve as an Account Manager and K-12 Specialist in the New England Market and will be covering sales primarily in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Stuart is a well-known figure in the K-12 world and his transition to A.J. Letizio will be very smooth.

Stuart brings over twenty years of foodservice experience to A.J. Letizio, with a diverse background in the sales agency world, manufacturing, and distribution. Stuart began his foodservice career with Sysco Boston. Since then, Stuart has served with American Patriot Sales, Aladdin Foodservice, and Muffin Town. Most recently, Stuart served as K12 Education Segment Manager for Key Impact Sales & Systems. Stuart holds a bachelors degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Travel Administration from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Stuart is the recipient of many industry accolades, including being named the 2022 Industry Person of the Year by the School Nutrition Association of Connecticut. “Stuart has a stellar reputation in the industry and has been a respected colleague for many years,” says SVP Adam Letizio, “We are very excited to have Stuart join our team and see how we can all be even stronger together.” Stuart and his wife Sally live in Mansfield, MA.

A.J. Letizio Sales & Marketing is a privately owned independent Super Regional Sales Agency in the Eastern United States that celebrated its 35th year in operation in 2023. The company provides service to the Retail and Consumer Packaged Goods industry throughout the Eastern United States and to the Foodservice industry in the Northeast United States. A.J. Letizio supports its business with over 125 of the industry’s finest professionals on staff, headquartered in Windham New Hampshire, and with regional headquarter facilities in New York City; Rochester, New York; Glastonbury, CT; and now in Philadelphia from its new King of Prussia facility.