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Putting Down Roots

This article in Second Wave talks about food innovators who stayed in Battle Creek after they had left Kellogg. Jeff Grogg of Snackwerks is mentioned; they have been working hard on creating quality jobs there. Read their success story here.

The reason why these executives are still in Battle Creek is because “[t]hese former Kellogg employees have established roots here. It’s been happening for a long time,” says Joe Sobieralski, President and CEO of Battle Creek Unlimited.

Communities grow just like trees, beginning with the roots.

Read the full story here.

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