JBS should step up, help Greeley schools
The Greeley-based company talks about this on its website. Here’s what it says:
“We recognize the enormous social responsibility of employing 65,000 people in the United States, Mexico and Australia. We are cognizant that behind every employee is a family, for whom the employee provides. We understand that in every city where we do business there is a community, to which we contribute.
“At JBS, we are committed to all of our employees, their families and communities. Our efforts are toward preserving jobs and enhancing our role in the community.”
Better yet, JBS does more than talk the talk; it has a concrete track record that shows it’s serious about this stuff.
Every year, JBS participates in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. JBS also sponsors the Greeley Relay for Life Dinner.
The Greeley Stampede and the United Way of Weld County have benefited from their relationships with JBS for years.
In addition, JBS says it has fed more than 2,000 Special Olympians and volunteers, and it competes in
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