GAINESVILLE - The Association for Corporate Growth (Atlanta chapter)<br />
recently presented Pro View Foods with an award as one of Georgia's fastest growing companies.<br />
The Association has presented "Georgia Fast 40" awards since 2008 to honor companies headquartered in the state achieving sustained growth. Pro View Foods ranked tenth in the upper-middle market honorees, encompassing companies with revenues exceeding $60 million.<br />
Pro View Foods was founded in 2007 by B. Jan Cooley as a poultry provider for school nutrition food service, institutional, private label and commodity exports. Gainesville and Braselton are home to its three production plants employing 560.<br />
Greg Cinnamon is the Association's Atlanta chapter president. "We received<br />
approximately 100 applications, all with impressive growth. The finalists collectively increased revenue from $1.4 to $3.3 billion and added 12,000 new jobs. We hope this is an indication of the overall health and recovery of the Georgia economy as a whole," he said.<br />
Cooley said, "The honor goes to our company's leadership team and all our<br />
associates involved in our growth and success. We're humbled again to receive the recognition from the Association for Corporate Growth." <br />
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