Sacramento Party Supplies Rental Kitchen Equipment Roseville Elk Grove Launch

A Sacramento party equipment kitchen rental company has announced a major expansion. It can help businesses, events, organizations and party hosts in the surrounding area by providing high quality kitchen equipment rental.

Sacramento, United States - October 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Delta Restaurant Supply and Party Equipment Rentals has announced a major expansion and enlarging of its inventory. It can help clients across Sacramento, California by providing party and event supplies including chairs, tables, linens, tents, gas grills, utensils, plates and portable kitchens for large corporate events.

More information can be found at: http://deltarestaurantsupply.com.

Delta Restaurant Supply and Party Equipment Rentals has been in business for 41 years, and is family owned and operated. It can handle both small and large events, providing industry leading equipment delivery and setup for parties, corporate gatherings and more.

Upcoming events include providing the portable kitchens for the LPGA CME golf tournament and the PGA Shark Shoot Out golf tournament. The company has an interactive event planner to help speed up the entire kitchen set up and rental process, and ensure everyone gets what they need.

Delta can provide kitchen rental and event pop up kitchen services for the surrounding cities around Sacramento, including Roseville and Elk Grove. It can also work with clients in Folsom, Carmichael, Fair Oaks, Rocklin and more.

The company prides itself on its high quality service and always puts its customers first. It offers complete portable kitchen equipment and appliances for catering, events and parties covering a large part of the United States.

There are a number of benefits to hiring a company to provide kitchen and catering setups for both small and large events. Rental allows for easier budgeting, because all parts and services are included in the price. This allows for simpler administration, because the company or the event themselves don’t have to worry about any aspect of the kitchen setup.

Temporary kitchen hire is a growing requirement for the event and party industry, because it’s important to provide food in a high quality, clean and acceptable environment.

Delta can help any client with full kitchen rental to suit the needs of any event, gathering or party. It also sells restaurant equipment, so any customer in the local area wanting to invest in permanent high quality kitchen equipment can also get in touch.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Rodney Nannini
Email: Send Email
Organization: Delta Restaurant Supply and Party Equipment Rentals
Address: 3429 Longview Drive, Sacramento, California 95821, United States
Phone: +1-877-301-5803

For more information, please visit http://www.deltarestaurantsupply.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 249856

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