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For Erik Nordin, the role of vice president of operations at Cadillac Jack has not only been a job, but the chance to put the firm back on the right path. “It’s been an opportunity for me to put my arms around the company, help turn it around and make it healthy again,” he says.

Winding up in the cheese business wasn’t exactly what Lance Chambers, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, set out to do. Upon graduation, he served as an officer in the U.S. Army for five years, at which point he joined Kraft Foods’ marketing division. For the last three years of Chambers’ 10-year stint at Kraft, he focused on the Churny specialty cheeses, during which time he developed a love of cheese.

After more than 30 years, Rockline Industries Inc. has become a company with four domestic and two international manufacturing locations, business opportunities in 50 countries and more than 1,800 employees worldwide. But, according to Joel Slank, general manager of Rockline’s Springdale, Ark., facility, there is one key point about the company – it once was a mom-and-pop shop hand cutting rolls of nonwoven fabrics to make a living selling dry sheets.

When you’re a big fan of a sports team, you might actually use the term “we” when you talk with your friends or co-workers about that particular team. You might even say to your boss, “We have to win this weekend to make the playoffs,” or call your friend after a big game to scream, “We won!” You might purchase hats, clothing, bobblehead dolls, flags or anything with that team’s logo on it. Simply put, you want to share your enthusiasm for your team with anybody who will listen.

CDS Publications – established in 1906 – has spent its history building a reputation for delivering quality print projects to customers on time. Maintaining that reputation over the years while the company expanded to serve more industries may have been challenging, but with a focus on quality and continuous technological advancement, CDS remained a strong player. In recent years, the company has expanded even further by offering its services to overseas markets, but this new challenge has not lessened its dedication to quality and on-time delivery.

When Heidi and Orville Thompson came up with the idea to sell a safer, wickless alternative to scented candles through home parties, they realized they were onto something big. Exactly how big Scentsy has grown in six years has set records in the direct selling industry and sent the Meridian, Idaho-based company on a rocket ride to success.

After more than 100 years in business, S. Freedman & Sons Inc. has gained a strong understanding of how to deliver for its customers. The company is under its fourth generation of Freedman family leadership, serving the Washington, D.C., area.

When looking at the types of food that have remained popular over the years, pizza has always endured. With its tomato sauce, cheese topping and crispy crust, pizza has remained in demand, which makes it a very strong category to grow into – even for MaMa Rosa’s, the largest-selling branded, refrigerated pizza manufacturer in the United States.

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