That was the upbeat message delivered by ASA President Jack Hester and keynote speaker David Kohler to the 400+ attendees at the 74th annual convention of the Southern Wholesalers Association, held March 14-16 in Orlando.
In 1896, Halsey W. Taylor lost his father to an outbreak of typhoid fever caused by contaminated water. In 1912, he developed a sanitary drinking fountain he named "The Puritan," and began producing it in Warren, Ohio.
Women in industry - Exclusive roundtable interview centers on challenges females face in the PHCP-PVF supply chain, how to attract more women into the industry and the value of ASA's Women in Industry Division. Check out the rest articles in April's Issue.