Dot Foods Indiana is excited to share some good news for the Cambridge City area. The Boys & Girls Club of America is launching a club location in Cambridge City, Indiana. This location will provide a safe place for kids to go after school with access to a variety of programs, free tutoring, physical fitness, computer education, and more.
“This will truly be a life-changing addition to many of the youth that live in the Cambridge City area,” shared Dot Foods Indiana General Manager Randy Templin.
The facility is currently being furnished—but they ran into an issue in early August. A pool table was delivered, but it was a curbside only delivery and the table weighed over 800 pounds! It was sitting outside of the facility while the weather forecast for that evening had a high chance of rain!
Thankfully, we had three Dot employees who were able to come to the rescue! At the end of their work day, Maintenance Manager Dean King, Equipment Maintenance II Charlie Frye, and Equipment Maintenance I Seth Tipton headed over to the club and used their dolly to move the pool table inside so it wouldn’t get ruined.
“They did it because they are good guys,” said Randy. “It makes me proud to work with them!”
Great Place To Work®
Dot Foods is proud to announce that we have officially been certified as a Great Place To Work®. This year, we partnered with Great Place To Work®—the global authority in workplace culture and most respected workplace recognition program—for our annual employee survey.