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Already thriving in working-class Chicagoland neighborhoods, Pete’s Fresh Market is opening several new grocery stores. “We are a Chicago-based independent grocery company with 10 stores,” Executive Officer Stephanie Dremonas says. “We are in a growth phase and plan to open another three to four within the next couple years.”

The expansions come at an exciting time for Pete’s Fresh Market, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Owner James Dremonas has been working in the grocery business since the ripe old age of 16, when he and his brother opened a full service produce stand named after their father in the early 1970s. Pete’s Fresh Market is still very much a family owned and operated business, as Dremonas works alongside many family members, including daughters Marissa, Stephanie, and Vanessa Dremonas.

Flour, water, yeast and a few other ingredients can be mixed either to bake a cake, a loaf of bread, soda bread, shortbread or scones. The proportions of the same ingredients and a few additional ones can create a completely different result. The same is true of cleaning solutions, Webco Chemical Corp. CEO Mark Puliafico emphasizes.

“We bring all these different raw materials together like you’re going to bake a cake,” Puliafico explains. “If you’re going to bake a chocolate or angel food or bundt cake, you use different ingredients. Some are common ingredients, but some are different to make it a specialty.

Sometimes, a pat on the back is all an employee needs to push him or her to go that extra mile for the company. Being recognized for a job well done can be just as powerful a motivator as a paycheck or other benefits, and TharpeRobbins has been helping companies reward and honor their employees above and beyond their regular compensation since 2007. As one of the leaders in creating employee recognition products, Senior Vice President Anthony Luciano says TharpeRobbins has been at the forefront of some of the biggest changes in the industry and stands poised to continue leading it into the future.

Back in the mainframe days – when desktop computing meant the computer was big enough to use as a desk – the right person at the right time could get into the computer business just by showing they had the required knowledge. Degrees and certifications came later.

It was during those “wild west days” of the computer industry in 1978 that Kevin Hart was introduced to computers.

Point Zero is a brand focused on providing “luxury for everyone,” and since 1979 it has helped customers create the looks that define their personalities. Over the years, the company built itself into a highly successful wholesaler of fine clothing for men and women of all ages, but the company’s reach remained limited to customers who could find its catalogs.

When we think of petroleum, most of us visualize gas stations, places to fill up our cars, drive away and continue with our lives. Things like tuna, eyewash or antidepressants don’t come to mind immediately. That was the problem Robin González, founder of Petro West, faced for 11 years when he worked for Shell Petroleum in Puerto Rico. He wanted the petroleum giants to serve the industrial community in the island and could not convince anyone to take that route.

“Think global, act local” is a popular saying these days, but Allan Palecek has been operating his business in that manner since he founded it more than 35 years ago, and has found much success as a result. Palecek was in the Air Force during the Vietnam War and stationed in the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan for about five years. This allowed him to become familiar with the people and cultures of Asia, and with Filipino basketry in particular, an interest that formed the foundation of his business.

“In one of my last trips there, I was introduced to someone who explained Filipino basketry to me and the techniques used,” he explains. “I became fascinated in the artistry and beauty of it. I became really interested in the local cultures and how they do the techniques differently.

Celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2012, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.-based Multi-Flow Industries has seen a great deal of change in the last few years. Founded in 1937 by U.S. Navy veteran Sam Gottlieb, the company has worked diligently to tighten up operations since Wynnewood, Pa.-based CMS Companies purchased a majority share of Multi-Flow Industries in 2008.

“Last year was a record breaking year for us financially,” CEO Mark Stephens says. “We’ve introduced many new brands and have consistently demonstrated our commitment to our facilities, people, products and customers."

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