610 Porter Avenue
Springdale, Arkansas 72764
P.O. Box 88
Springdale, Arkansas 72765
800-877-3298 (toll free)
FREZ-n-STOR, Inc. is a public refrigerated warehouse that has been in operation since the 1960’s. Our high standards and professional staff are committed to ensuring the safety of the public and to excellent customer service. We recently completed a new expansion of our facility and added freezer space, blast cells, engine room, office space and 14 dock doors.
In the process we have upgraded our current facility to match the quality and the technology of the new building.
David became President and Chief Executive Officer of Frez-n-Stor, Inc. on January 1, 1992. In the ensuing years, David and the Frez-n-Stor team have overseen three major expansions and more than tripled freezer capacity. He has attended numerous industry workshops and conferences including the Refrigeration Research and Education Foundation Institute, now known as the World Food Logistics Organization Institute. An employee of George’s, Inc. for 22 years, he managed human resources, marketing and sales departments, as well as frozen food distribution. David has served on the Boards and as President of the Arkansas Poultry Federation, the Springdale Rotary Club, the Springdale United Fund and as Chairman of Farmers are Conservationists Too initiative. He has also served his church and his community on several boards and other committees. David graduated from the University of Arkansas with a B.S.B.A. majoring in accounting.
Brandon began his career with Frez-n-Stor in 2002, training in all departments to become Operations Manager. He later acquired his Industrial Refrigeration Operator I certification through Garden City Community College, and he also completed the 3 year curriculum at the World Food Logistics Institute. Brandon now serves as President of Frez-n-Stor, Inc. helping oversee all aspects of the company. Prior to Frez-n-Stor he was Vice President of Consumer Banking for Bank of America managing multiple banking centers in northwest Arkansas. Brandon received his B.S.B.A. from Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas with a major in finance.
Eric started as General Manager of Frez-n-Stor, Inc. in January of 1993. He completed a series of three annual workshops of the Refrigeration Research and Education Foundation Institute for Continuing Education at the University of Oklahoma. He has also participated in numerous management training courses. Eric is currently Senior Vice President of Frez-n-Stor, Inc. primarily responsible for operations and customer service. Before working at Frez-n-Stor, Eric taught Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Prairie Grove High School. Prior to becoming a teacher, Eric worked for Cargill and George’s, Inc. in processing management positions. Eric graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a B.S. majoring in both biology and geography and minoring in chemistry. Additionally, he has a Teaching Certificate from the University of Arkansas.
Ikey began working for Frez-n-Stor on January 1, 1992. He was instrumental in setting up the original accounting system and has been involved in computerized upgrades over the years. Attending Microsoft Great Plains training classes and workshops, he continues to enhance his proficiency with company and customer accounts. Ikey is presently Senior Vice President of Finance of Frez-n-Stor, Inc. Ikey was an accountant for George’s, Inc. for 22 years before joining the Frez-n-Stor management team. Following his graduation from the University of Arkansas with a B.S.B.A. major in accounting, Ikey was employed by the world wide accounting firm of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. to work in Little Rock, Arkansas. He actively served his country in the US Navy and US Navy Reserve, retiring as a Lieutenant Commander.
Barry has been with Frez-n-Stor since 1996 when he joined the company working on the dock. After hands-on jobs in all areas, he became Safety Director in 1997 and is currently Vice President of Information Technology of Frez-n-Stor, Inc. In 2001 Barry finished his third and final year of the World Food Logistics Institute. He continues to stay current on industry wide IT subjects by attending a variety of computer workshops throughout the country. Prior to Frez-n-Stor employment, Barry was automotive division logistics manager at J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc. Barry received his B.S.B.A. from Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas with a major in management and a minor in marketing.
Raul started working as a general day laborer at Frez-n-Stor in 1995 soon after arriving in the US from El Salvador. Raul is now Vice President of Operations for Frez-n-Stor, Inc. Raul has attended Train the Trainer forklift driver courses, taught Warehouse Management System and served on safety committees. He helped lead the company in achieving the ASI Food Safety Audit excellent rating five consecutive years. In February 2013 Raul was chosen from nominees worldwide to receive a Refrigiwear scholarship to the WFLO Institute Training Course.
Frez-n-Stor, Inc. is a commercial cold storage warehouse that provides quick freezing, handling and storage for the food industry. With genuine concern for the product, our customers and the consumer, Frez-n-Stor employees are committed to job excellence, insuring the highest level of service and integrity in all areas of the frozen food chain.
|Chief Executive Officer||President|
|David Evans – email@example.com||Brandon Siems – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Senior Vice President||Senior Vice President of Finance|
|Eric Doege – email@example.com||Ikey Faubus – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vice President of Information Technology||Vice President of Operations|
|Barry Bridges – email@example.com||Raul Flores – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Night Operations Manager||Refrigeration Manager|
|Mardo Morales – email@example.com||Brent Scarborough – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Safety Director and Food Defense Coordinator|
|Chris Cothren – email@example.com|
Frez-n-Stor was originally founded in the late 1950’s with five partners: George’s Feed and Supply Co., Harvey Jones, Gerald Tweedy, Berlyn Bilbry and Rolland Ensley. The initial building was 220′ x 140′ x 15′ for 30,800 square feet of freezer space. Throughout the 1960’s three additional freezers of the initial size were added along with 17,600 square feet of dry storage for a total of over 123,000 square feet of freezer space.
In 1971, George’s purchased all outstanding shares of Frez-n-Stor. During that time they stored their frozen product as well as leased space to Tyson Foods and Campbell Soup which became Pinnacle Foods. The David and Cathy Evans family took ownership of Frez-n-Stor from George’s in January 1992.
The freezer had remained the same size for almost 22 years, but was now ready to expand. In 1995, Frez-n-Stor, Inc. added roughly 3,500 racked pallet positions and 10 blast cells.
In 2004, Frez-n-Stor, Inc. engaged Team Group of Euless, Texas to design, engineer and construct a major expansion. The completion in 2005 added 10,000 pallet positions and doubled from 10 to 20 the blast cell capacity. During this expansion Frez-n-Stor also added a new office building to accommodate the growing business.
Late 2008 thru 2009, in the midst of a recession, Frez-n-Stor again worked with Team Group to expand, adding approximately 7,000 pallet positions and an additional 4 blast cells. At the same time 9,225 square feet was added to the deslat area of the building to accommodate the increased blast cell capacity.