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MSU Today on News/Talk 760 WJR

December 7th, 2014

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“Moving is not a very sexy job, but our company values really started by just wanting to get the job done for people,” Two Men and a Truck CEO Brig Sorber tells Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis and Russ White. “We just like to please people, and we’ve built on that.” The company is committed to making the communities in which they operate better by giving back, adds Sorber.

“When you give something and put yourself second, good things happen. We want our franchisees to get involved in their communities. If we’re going to make a living out of a community, it’s much better if we make a living out of a stronger community. We’ve always been blessed following that path.”

When it comes to food, the holidays are usually all about tradition. Michigan State University’s award-winning corporate top chef, Kurt Kwiatkowski, outlines the evolution of food on campus and some of the best ways to enjoy holiday favorites with a twist.

As one of the top Christmas tree producing states in the country, the Christmas tree industry is a vital part of Michigan’s thriving and improving economy, especially during the holidays.

Bert Cregg, Christmas tree expert and associate professor within Michigan State University’s Departments of Horticulture and Forestry, tells Greening of the Great Lakes host, Kirk Heinze, about changing consumer demands and proper tree care.

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