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Gainesville company recognized for global corporate growth

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Gainesville-based Pro View Foods recently was recognized for its global corporate growth in revenue and employment.

Founder, B. Jan Cooley accepted the prestigious designation from the Association for Corporate Growth's (ACG) Atlanta chapter.

ACG was founded in 1954 as a networking and promotional business association for middle-market companies and professionals. The Atlanta chapter's award is numerically calculated based on sustained growth over a three-year period for companies headquartered in Georgia. Awards were presented at its 'Fast 40' banquet in Atlanta recently, and Pro View ranked tenth of the forty fastest growing companies in the small-to-medium size range.

B. J. Cooley founded Pro View Foods in 2007. The company is a complete food service poultry provider for school nutrition food service, institutional, private label and commodity exports. It operates three plants in Gainesville and Braselton, and employs 350.

Cooley said, "Real credit goes to Pro View's leadership, Richard Reeves and Jerry Shockley, who are the driving forces in our success. Their entire careers are in poultry, sothe award is a tribute to them and all company associates."

An industry veteran, Cooley founded Kings Delight, Ltd. and managed it from 1987-2002. Full company information is available at www.proviewfoods.com .
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