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The trend toward “stay-cations” started in the mid-2000s, but stay-at-home vacations really gained in popularity at the end of the decade when the recession slashed budgets every which way and consumers had to cut back on travel. As consumers embraced the thought of spending more quality time at home, outdoor living became a much larger focus, and now decks, porches and backyards are frequently transformed into comfortable living spaces. Since 1953, Homecrest Outdoor Living has been creating luxury products that ensure time spent outdoors is quality time. 

When Jimmy Allgood founded Allgood Pest Solutions in Dublin, Ga., in 1974, he built leads by calling everyone he knew in the phone book. While the company has grown to become a multimillion-dollar business serving Atlanta and other large markets in the southeastern United States, Allgood has kept the same basic philosophy toward running the business.

If you ran a help-wanted ad for a retail executive at La Curacao with a financing background and experience with the Hispanic market, you couldn’t do better than have Rick Hutton, president of the retail group, answer it. Hutton was vice president of store operations for Robinsons-May department stores in California and Arizona, and before that spent 15 years in the credit industry and was vice president of risk management for the credit card division of Bank of America.

Those unfamiliar with the everyday specifics of military life assume the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces have no choice but to forgo the American luxuries most take for granted and accept as substitutes meager rations of government-subsidized dehydrated food and generic toiletry items. This is not true. 

Approximately 80 percent of people in Canada and the United States participate in at least one outdoor recreation activity each year, according to the Outdoor Foundation, a group focused on encouraging outdoor activities. As a producer of its own camping and hiking equipment, distributor of many outdoor brands and private-label manufacturer for retailers, Infinity Sports Group is likely to play a role in many recreational outings. 

As one of nine children growing up, Bill Christensen learned how to communicate with people at a young age. One of the qualities Christensen’s parents instilled in him early on was honesty, a virtue he continues to seek out today in the people he works with as general manager of Dakota Beverage, a beverage distributor and wholesaler serving the eastern portion of South Dakota.

Careers aren’t always planned during years of study and preparation. Sometimes, they just happen. “I finished high school and did a year of college,” relates Jerry Mulkern, distribution manager for Campmor.  “That summer, I needed a job, and Campmor was started in the town in which I grew up. I used to go there all the time. I walked in one day and they were pretty busy, and one of the guys said, ‘What are you doing?’” Mulkern adds.

For nine years of his career, John Watson traveled the world as an executive for clothing and retail companies. That jet-setting experience gave him more than frequent flyer miles, and it greatly influenced his personal and professional philosophies.

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