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A veteran of the food service industry, Bruce Comer owns and serves as President of PCA, a company with a history of work with the United States government. Bruce Comer also developed the computerized accounting system Data Trac, which uses bar code scanners to track reimbursements for school lunch programs. The technology for Data Trac was implemented by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, a client of Mr. Comer’s. Bruce Comer embarked on his professional career with Sperry and Hutchinson (S&H), a firm based in Wilmington, North Carolina, that created the popular green stamps program. After two years, he shifted to the food service field, joining Nobel Food Service Company, which was later acquired by Sysco Corporation. After three years, he was promoted to District Sales Manager. In subsequent years, Bruce Comer played a role in securing agreements to supply food services to Army, Marine Corps, and Navy bases located in the United States and abroad, also working with the Departments of Morale, Welfare, and Recreation of several military branches. Later, he launched PCA, where he continues to serve a governmental client base. In recent years, Bruce Comer has diversified his business interests by establishing the Money Bar, a beachfront restaurant in Cozumel, Mexico. He also branched into real estate, developing The Landmark, a 63-unit condominium community situated across the street from his restaurant. A native of North Carolina, Mr. Comer earned his high school diploma from Staunton Military Academy in Staunton, Virginia. He obtained an undergraduate degree in business from East Carolina University.

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