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Ron Altoon and Jim Porter tell Hattie that it is harder to build a business than a building.
Hattie says that Glenn and Wanda prove that American products sell globally especially if they taste good. Think Coca-Cola -- the world's more recognized brand.
Owner Ashley Postlewaite is a member of Young Entrepreneurs Organization (YEO). Milledge Hart talks about the benefits of membership. The parent organization is EO. More...
Anne said she wants this company to out live her and has acted on her goals by recruiting Sam Beiler and naming him President of the company.
Chris learned early that loyalty and reliability are more important than price. Here Hattie is shown how easy it is to mount a bike on a Saris rack.
Employees can now earn a degree in horticulture at a nearby college.
Monica said that before she became well-known she had to talk her way in to places. She shot Nelson Mandela's picture when she was in South Africa to record that country's first free elections.
Today John Solheim's state-of-the art factory is used for more than making golf clubs.
Consumer spending habits change constantly. One of the biggest challenges a retailer faces is determining what products to offer. This is as much of an art as a science. Through it all, Gloria Navarro keeps the stores staffed and the staff happy.
Hattie analyzes the remarkable things that are happening here. When Arnold and George stopped selling and started inventing, sales jumped up. More...
The owners recruited some retired executives to help them grow.
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