Testimonial from Scott Perry, owner, Tuscano's Italian Kitchen

December 20, 2017

To Whom It May Concern

I have known Rob Scarber for over 30 years. We met in 1986, when I hired him as a host/support person at my first restaurant, R.Gyles in Kirkland, Washington. Rob joined our team when he was a senior at Lake Washington High School and remained with us for over 25 years through a rebranding to Canyons Restaurant which we grew to four units with annual sales of over $9 Million. Rob took on more and more responsibilities as our restaurant chain grew and was a very versatile team player, always willing to help out as needed.

Rob continually displayed a high level of integrity and loyalty as well as a desire to learn and grow and eventually was promoted to General Manager of our Canyon Park/Bothell location, one of our busiest units. Rob developed his unique style of management, always keeping his guests' welfare at the heart of every decision he made, while at the same time fulfilling his fiduciary responsibilities. His guests responded in kind, always looking for him when they visited Canyons, hoping to catch his attention and receive his warm hospitality. He successfully achieved financial and operational objectives set for him, which allowed me to focus on growing my brand into four locations throughout the Eastside.

Rob was well-liked by the employees on his team as well as every employee throughout the company. He handled hiring, training, performance evaluations, terminations, etc. for all employees at his unit and did an outstanding job with these responsibilities.

With a good heart, a sense of humor in everything, and an easy personality, Rob has the ability to read people, make them feel comfortable and is a natural fit for engaging with people. Anyone who works with Rob and chooses him as his/her real estate agent will be very glad they did, as I am confident he will exceed their expectations. I proudly offer my endorsement of Rob to his real estate clients and wish him every success with this new venture.

Scott Perry
Owner, Tuscano's Italian Kitchen