Washington DC - The National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Association (NMSHSA) honored Red Gold with the Plate of Bounty Award at its National Conference in Washington DC. “It is my distinct honor to accept the Plate of Bounty Award on behalf of Brian Reichart, President and CEO of Red Gold. Brian is honored to have Red Gold chosen for this special recognition of our company's dedication and commitment to our migrant children and their families for many years”, stated Tim Ingle - Red Gold Human Resources Director and a member of the TMC Board of Directors.
Red Gold is a 3rd generation family owned business whose foundation of success is built upon exceptional quality, customer service, and operational excellence. Today, Red Gold is the largest privately-held tomato manufacturer in the United States.
In 2002, due to the tremendous success and growth of Red Gold's seasonal workforce and families, Red Gold invested an additional $5.7 million over nine years to expand its three migrant housing camps with private apartments and amenities such as private bath/and showers, laundry facilities, kitchenettes, air conditioning; and playground areas.
The NMSHSA acknowledged Red Gold's partnership with Head Start Super Grantee TMC. “A large part of Red Gold's success is attributed to its successful and longstanding relationship with the migrant community especially TMC and its migrant and seasonal head start program. Red Gold in collaboration with TMC nurtures and enhances childhood growth and education, strengthening family values”, stated Cleo Rodriguez - NMSHSA Executive Director.
In 1999, the MSHS Conference Steering Committee instituted the Plate of Bounty Awards to acknowledge individuals and businesses that have made significant contributions to migrant and seasonal farm worker families.
Each year the National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Association awards the Plate of Bounty Award to acknowledge deserving individuals and businesses that have made outstanding contributions to the farming community and made a difference in the lives of migrant and seasonal farm working children and families.
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