June 2001
Inc.;Jun2001, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p56
Features Gary Hawkins, chief executive officer of the retail store Green Hills Farms Stores in Syracuse, New York. Attitude of Hawkins toward the customers of the store; Information on the establishment of the store by the family of Hawkins; Efforts of Hawkins to improve the sales of the company.


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