6A-Sunday, February 26, 1995 THE SAMPSON INDEPENDENT mSIGHT *95 Focused O While Carroll's Foods, Inc. is a large generation of Carroll's, we never forsake tl family. Family, as we know it, is a group of and bad, who work together and relax to and stand by one another. At Carroll's Foe small, but our extended family of associat Throughout the history of Carroll's Foo family and the values associated with fa ness, and cohesiveness. These values mannerisms, and in the overall way in wli people with whom we do business also Many accounts to this can be made. The f a variety of correspondences to our c( "/ am proud to be a turkey producer anc Around our house, Carroll's is a very f respect," said contract grower, Peggy Contract grower Edward Greer states, ' have been growing turkeys with Carrd 200,000pounds of tobacco and 1,000am are proud and moved to be a part 'df thd^ We know that we can depend on our i income. "We received our first turkeys on January result, he is in his first year at N.C.S.U. enjoyed turkey production; it is a family business," beamed contract grower W. These and many other accounts of Can recalled, but what has developed thes addressed. Carroll's Foods now has ovi associates. We have formed a partner relationship with contract growers, Carroll feed and technical support, while the grov venture has enabled many individuals to st daughters are now active in the businese;! contributing their talents. In our relationship with associates,? advancement opportunities, competitive*; also provide them with opportunities to p2 We have a company sponsored bowling I hold an annual family picnic, Christmas pd[i hard work and dedication of our associat® to them by their families. If you would like to become a part of ot human resources department at (910 CARROll'S

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