Posts Tagged ‘Chick-fil-A’

Read August 6 issue of the MBJ

by MBJ Staff Published: August 3,2012

Tags: Chick-fil-A, Crystal Springs, Cynergy, Mississippi Coliseum, Natchez Bottle Cap Art

>> NAMING RIGHTS Marketing pros see upside and risk to linking corporate name to Mississippi Coliseum— By Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> ANALYSIS ABA chief says Weill ‘misguided’ in wanting big banks broken up— by Ted Carter >> PHIL HARDWICK Where do economic developers come from? >> EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Report criticizes Mississippi […] [...]

Keeping our eye on: Derek Schiefer

by Stephen McDill Published: September 5,2010

Tags: Chick-fil-A, Derek Schiefer, Keeping Our Eye On

Age: 26 Hometown: Birmingham, Ala. Education: BA in economics, Auburn University Current Position: Owner/Operator, Chick-fil-A Regions Plaza Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy, an Atlanta businessman, once wrote, “It’s easier to succeed than to fail.” Derek Schiefer, a native of Alabama, says he began working for the fast food restaurant chain in his junior year of college. “Working […] [...]

Leadership class introduced

On Sept. 10, a reception was held at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art to introduce the 2009-2010 Leadership Jones County Class. Class members are (back row, left to right): Scott French, Wayne Farms; Darrel Speir, SCRMC; Stacy Tucker, alderman of Ellisville; and, Ryan Maki, Verizon Wireless. (middle row, left to right): Tony Hales, Mississippi […] [...]

Free sandwiches score big

by Ed Darling Published: September 14,2009

Tags: Chick-fil-A

We hollered, cheered and clapped in excitement as Alabama won over Virginia Tech in a much anticipated battle of national powers. It was first meaningful football game of the new season and was billed as the second annual Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome last Saturday. Then, just as instructed during the ABC telecast, […] [...]

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