GREENSBORO, N.C., Nov. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- It's
said, feeling grateful and not expressing it is like wrapping a
beautiful present and not giving it. For the second year in a row,
AMG is wrapping and giving the gift of gratitude to its team. The
second Thanksgiving On Wheels is happening this week, a time when
AMG contributes to the Thanksgiving dinners of its 50 employees.
The company is ensuring it will be a holiday to be grateful for by
providing each team member across its five North Carolina and South Carolina offices with the foundation of
their Thanksgiving feast: a fully cooked turkey with gravy, and two
pint-size side dishes of beans and mac n' cheese.
"As we work through this second year of COVID, we feel it's
especially important to recognize the contributions of our staff,"
said AMG President, Dacy Cavicchia.
"They are essential in every way, and we honor and appreciate their
resilience, strength, professionalism, and dedication."
CEO and Founder Paul Mengert and
Vice-President May Gayle Mengert
agree that a culture of gratitude is pivotal to the success of the
company they originated in 1985. "AMG has a long and proud history
of supporting communities, including raising money for local food
banks," Mengert said. "This is a reminder to our internal
community–our staff across the Carolinas who give so much both at
work and to area nonprofits–that they matter, we count on them, and
we appreciate them for all they are and do for us and our clients.
We have so much to be thankful for: especially our hard-working,
Paul K. Mengert, Association
Management Group, 1 (336) 273-8600, email@example.com
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