Farm-to-Fork & More
And living in the hearts and minds of this institution…an integral part of the revitalization of rural America…more later this week.
The author resumes this post from a different perspective…innovation beyond the borders of our community.
The reputation of farmer-work-ethic is not lost on the staff at Hartwood Inn. Recently, the hospitality property group joined the Floyd County Farm Bureau thanks to a timely visit from its membership committee member Randy Heitz. The company is devoted the vision to generate a profit for its shareholders by providing a career innkeeper/business management training for the job re-entry market.
Many job candidates who possess good work ethic who have had difficulties in their background are challenged to re-enter the local job market. Past behavior problems become a discouragement instead of part of an uplifting redemption story. Not at the Hartwood Inn.
Good prospective job (and management) candidates are increasingly settle for underpaid or under employed situations, and worse are at-risk for addiction, prison, and/or homelessness. The company’s system that graduates trained management staff is perfectly suited to its acquisition strategy to buy distressed independent hospitality properties, turnaround management, make the property profitable, and lease the business to its graduating management trainees.
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This untapped resource generates higher profits thanks to the ‘chip on my shoulder’ mystery which prairie farmers who were told that they could not make a go of it. To prove the detractors wrong, and redeem a positive story for the grandchildren is what the Hartwood Inn aims to do for itself and for its aspiring management trainees.
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