—Terence Chatmon, President & CEO
Fellowship of Companies for Christ International
—Nido Qubein, High Point University & Great Harvest Bread
—Larry Clark, Senior VP, National Association Chain Drug Stores
Giving thanks on Thanksgiving is typically a smile and a handshake for our employees and customers. Sometimes it includes gift cards or food. It always includes a prayer over the turkey at meal time. But this year I challenge you to take your thanks to a deeper level!
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