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D’Andre

D’Andre and his wife both work full time. He was recently laid off, but finds landscaping jobs to keep him busy while he looks for steady employment. When she’s not at work, his wife is going to school for medical transcription. In the mean time,

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Lockheed – SERVING for a better TOMORROW

FBR’s three legged stool analogy refers to the 3 legs of our organization that make our world of food distribution go round. Funds, food & time. Lockheed Martin is an example of a company who goes the extra mile and incorporates all three elements into

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D’Andre

D’Andre and his wife both work full time. He was recently laid off, but finds landscaping jobs to keep him busy while he looks for steady employment. When she’s not at work, his wife is going to school for medical transcription. In the mean time,

Read More »

Lockheed – SERVING for a better TOMORROW

FBR’s three legged stool analogy refers to the 3 legs of our organization that make our world of food distribution go round. Funds, food & time. Lockheed Martin is an example of a company who goes the extra mile and incorporates all three elements into

Read More »

D’Andre

D’Andre and his wife both work full time. He was recently laid off, but finds landscaping jobs to keep him busy while he looks for steady employment. When she’s not at work, his wife is going to school for medical transcription. In the mean time,

Read More »

Lockheed – SERVING for a better TOMORROW

FBR’s three legged stool analogy refers to the 3 legs of our organization that make our world of food distribution go round. Funds, food & time. Lockheed Martin is an example of a company who goes the extra mile and incorporates all three elements into

Read More »

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