For example, the last time he checked, Des Moines-area restaurants were packed.
That said, “it’s still a challenging time,” Comito said.
“It would help if fuel costs came off a bit.”
But Capital City has managed to boost its volumes up over last year, he said.
“We’re doing pretty good.”
If things weren’t looking up, Capital City wouldn’t be making plans to move next year, Comito said.
The company expects to break ground on a new, larger facility in September, and to move in to it by May.