Russ and Cara Plugge have always been concerned about hormones and steroids in their food. Once their two sons, six year old Luke and five year old Cole, who has Down Syndrome, started to grow up, their concerns grew with them. Having a child with Down Syndrome added not only to their need to have a healthful diet free from chemicals, dyes, and antibiotics but also to their need for convenience - managing a life with two very active little boys certainly takes time and energy.
The Plugges were introduced to Service Foods through a charity golf tournament last year. The tournament, a fundraiser for the Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta (DSAA), is an annual event now ongoing for 10 years. The DSAA is an organization which promotes both education and awareness about Down Syndrome and provides much needed support for those families affected by the genetic disorder. Russ Plugge is the chair of the tournament and Service Foods has been a sponsor for years.
After last year’s tournament, the Plugge’s went home with a sample from Service Foods. They loved the food, and decided to set up an appointment to take a look at the service. Like many, the Plugge’s saw the benefit right away and decided to move forward. They are now getting ready to place their third order and have considerable peace of mind knowing their food is guaranteed to be safer for their family. Plus, finding breaded chicken tenders that their two little boys, who can be picky eaters, love is a feat in and of itself. To learn more about the DSAA, please visit www.atlantadsaa.org.