One characteristic that unites the 2014 Who’s Who winners is that they refuse to stay chained to their desks. Here’s where you might find them making connections and having conversations around town.
I do a lot at the Poinsett Club. If you want a private room, you can do that. I usually get the grilled chicken Caesar salad because it’s easy to eat that and talk at the same time. At a business lunch, I do a lot of talking – I don’t end up usually eating it.
Anywhere from Main Street to our kitchen island; wherever the opportunity arises.
One of my dining room tables in the restaurant [Soby’s]. It is my favorite place to be.
In the Customer Center at Milliken – it is comfortable and the environment is inspiring.
I like to go out to our cafeteria [at GHS]. For meetings with leaders here, I like to go to their space. It shows respect to them.
I kind of bounce around. Sometimes it’s Starbucks, or I go to lunch, or in my office.
Anywhere the opportunity presents itself, whether it is a board meeting, a football game or over lunch.
High Cotton. Because if you a need a lawyer there’s always one there. You also see lots of businesspeople who can add meat to or spice up your conservation.