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A Dozen Years of Employment Support for ANU Graduates



Aug 25, 2015

Since 2003, Food City has been hiring Princeton Campus students and graduates for various positions, ranging from pharmacy technicians to assistant managers. In recognition of this long-standing relationship, it was with great pleasure that career center director Elaine Owens recently presented Nat Henley, manager of Food City, with American National University’s Distinguished Community Employer Award.

“We are lucky and glad to have them here.”

Mr. Henley has been employed with Food City for eight years, as a manager for three years, and has been with the Bluefield, VA facility for 4 months. Former manager Steve Remines was also a great supporter of ANU graduates, and the Princeton Campus staff looks forward to continuing the partnership with Food City under Mr. Henley’s leadership.

“We are lucky and glad to have them here,” Mr. Henley said of working with ANU graduates. Food City currently employs two graduates of ANU’s business administration-management program, one an assistant manager in the meat department and the other a shift supervisor.

Food City manager Nat Henley accepted the Distinguished Community Employer Award from the Princeton Campus.

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