February 2007
Home Channel News;2/5/2007, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p16
The article discusses the business connection of Holmes Lumber Co. to its surrounding Amish community in Holmes County, Ohio. The Amish culture offers the company a strong connection to an old-age tradition of workmanship and industriousness, and also calls for conducting business a little differently, as they adopt the Amish traditions. Furthermore, Amish tradition affects human resources which develops craftsmanship in the County.


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