Posts Tagged ‘Greg McNeely’

McNeely named MMA chair

by MBJ Staff Published: November 20,2011

Tags: Greg McNeely, Mississippi Manufacturers Association, MMA

Greg McNeely of Clinton has been named 2011-2012 chairman of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association. McNeely is president and co-owner of McNeely Plastics Inc., in Clinton. McNeely has served on the MMA board of directors since 2002. He also serves on the board of directors of the Harbor House Chemical Dependency Center and is an active […] [...]

McNeely, Hawkins named MMA officers

Greg McNeely of McNeely Plastics Inc. in Clinton and Bryan Hawkins of Hawkeye Industries Inc. in Tupelo have been named vice chairman and secretary-treasurer, respectively, of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association (MMA). At its most recent meeting, the MMA board of directors voted to fill a vacancy on its executive committee, which was created when Joe […] [...]

MMA leaders selected

Don E. Mason of Gulfport has been named 2009-2010 chairman of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association. Mason is currently a business development and governmental relations consultant for Seemann Composites Inc. and Pickering Inc., and is retired vice president of external affairs and corporate services for Mississippi Power Company. In addition to Mason, other members of the […] [...]

Work harder and smarter than ever

by Martin Willoughby Published: November 30,2009

Tags: Greg McNeely, Martin Willoughby, McNeely Plastics, working

Are you working harder or smarter in your business? This familiar question serves as a challenge for business leaders to analyze whether you are actually being strategic in your actions. I find that most businesses stay on the defense but the truly great ones somehow make time to go on the offense. In a defensive […] [...]

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