"Winning the Food Fight: Leading change in the supermarket industry and the community."
Neil Golub has worked for 68 years for his family-owned grocery chain, founded by his father and uncle in 1932, and is now executive chairman of the company, which operates 133 Price Chopper, Market 32 and Market Bistro stores in six Northeastern states (NY, VT, MA, CT, PA and NH). In an ultra-competitive business, Golub Corp. has managed to meet growing competition through steady innovation. Join Times Union editor Rex Smith for a candid conversation with Golub about both his business philosophy and his role as a community leader and one of the Capital Region’s leading philanthropists.
11:45 a.m.: Check inNoon: Lunch12:30-1:30 p.m.: ProgramTickets: $30, includes lunch, coffee and dessert by Mazzone Hospitality.
Seating is limited and pre-registration will close at noon Friday, March 8. We may not be able to accommodate walk-ins so advanced registration is strongly encouraged.
Register online: http://TULeadershipLuncheon.eventbrite.comQuestions?
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