At the age of 25, Russell Bundy was the youngest regional sales manager ever employed by Ekco/Glaco Inc., a baking pan manufacturer. In 1964, he formed Russell T. Bundy Associates selling used baking pans and equipment. Eventually he would incorporate equipment refurbishing into his line of services. By the early 1970’s, he created the industry’s first pan glazing company and in 1980 he started the American Pan Company, manufacturing bread, bun and specialty pans for the commercial baking industry. American Pan Company now distributed world-wide. Pan-Glo, the pan glazing division has 13 locations nationwide and in Mexico. Over the years he has accumulated a vast collection of baking memorabilia. In 1993 he opened The Bundy Museum of Baking Arts to the public.
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