Posted by Joe Hocker on
One of our newest customers, Hive of Hope of Albany, NY, planning to open later this year has a very ambitious goal to better serve their community. Their goal is to provide a safe haven for those in recovery from substance use disorders through a focus on fellowship, nutrition, exercise, service, and recreation. Many of the folks they are trying to help have little more than the clothes on their backs, which means the cost of entry to most facilities is out of reach. As a non-profit, they plan to fund the center on the generosity of the community to provide...
Posted by Stephanie Haywood on
Sometimes, the allure of owning a business gets smothered by the stress and sheer exhaustion of the process. The multitude of tasks seems to blur between days as you wonder how you’ll get them all done. And as you work not just at your business, but in attempting to create a balance between you, the entrepreneur, and you, the individual with personal relationships, you may simply be left with one glaring thought: Entrepreneurship is hard. And you’re right. But as Tom Hanks’ character in A League of Their Own said, “It’s supposed to be hard. If it were easy, everyone...
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Our customer Clayton Reese, from Gold's Gym Linglestown, interviewed our President/CEO Dan for his podcast "Wonder Run Wild" Wonder Run Wild #6 Dan Young Clayton Reese sits down for a conversation with Dan Young. Dan Young, founded Performance Food Centers (PFC) in 1999 to help bring natural, whole-foods nutrition into the fitness world. Dan had gotten sick and then healed himself through the discovery of natural, whole foods. He wanted to show others how they could do the same and stay healthy by eating right. Check out this and other episodes here: Wonder Run Wild Podcast
Posted by John Hocker on
Out of stocks, long transit times, and delays. Over the last few months, the entire global supply chain has been thrown completely out of whack. While vaccinations are on the rise, almost no one is immune to the disruptions caused by shipping and manufacturing. From Etsy sellers struggling to get their wares to their customers via USPS, to giants like Amazon having to push out delivery timelines, businesses big and small are struggling. PFC is equally susceptible to supply chain issues, and we are working as hard as we can to get products into our warehouses and shipped back out....
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