Posts Tagged ‘Businesswoman of the Year’

MBJ’s Businesswoman of the Year never expected her career to take this path

Thomasson Lumber has a simple slogan: “Just Pole Folks.” That may have been true for the company not too long ago. But today, the Philadelphia-based privately owned business now known as Thomasson Company does much more than provide pressure-treated utility poles, though it has been and still is a go-to-place for “round stock offerings,” which […] [...]

Read February 15 issue of MBJ

>> BUSINESSWOMAN OF THE YEAR Old Capitol Inn’s Mende Malouf Alford wins top MBJ honor Also in this week’s paper: >> DOR HQ STILL UNCERTAIN State legislature divided over future home of Department of Revenue— by Ted Carter >> MDA Financial reporting bill for state economic development agency heads to State House— by Clay Chandler […] [...]

Mende Alford named MBJ’s Businesswoman of the Year

Mende Malouf Alford was named the Mississippi Business Journal’s 2013 Businesswoman of the Year during a ceremony Monday at the Hilton in Jackson. Alford, the general manager/owner of the Old Capitol Inn Boutique Hotel in Jackson, has turned being in the hospitality business into a fine art. It has led to her Old Capitol Inn […] [...]

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