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Montgomery is the capital and second largest city in the state of Alabama. Located on the Alabama River in the Gulf Coast Plain, Montgomery has a subtropical climate with short winters and long summers.
Montgomery was voted Best Historic City by USA Today and has recently been named an All-America City by the National Civic League, recognizing it as a community with exemplary grassroots problem solving.
Montgomery is home to a number of colleges and universities, including Alabama State University, Troy University (Montgomery campus), Auburn University at Montgomery, Faulkner University and Huntingdon College. Montgomery has a large military presence from the Maxwell Air Force Base, and in recent years, industrial companies and high tech manufacturers have moved into Montgomery, providing jobs and revitalization of the city.
Cultural attractions in Montgomery include the Rosa Parks Library and Museum, Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.Click here for Montgomery Jobs
Fresno is California’s fifth largest city and the economic hub of the state’s Central Valley region. It takes its name from the Spanish word for “ash tree” and is a gateway for both Yosemite National Park and the famed Sequoia National Forest.
The city is a melting pot of cultures, mixing white, Hispanic, Asian and African American cultures with immigrants from Armenia and other Eastern European nations. With so much diversity, Fresno offers many opportunities for recreation and entertainment. For art lovers, there are museums, galleries and a lively theatre scene. Families with children will enjoy the Chaffee Zoo, Island Waterpark, Rotary Playland and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor.
The city is also home to over a dozen colleges and technical schools and several sporting franchises, including the Fresno Grizzlies, the AAA affiliate of the San Francisco Giants.Click here for Fresno Jobs
Sacramento, the capital city of California, is a “happening” town, with plenty to see and do! This bustling city had its first boom during the great California Gold Rush, and since then millions have experienced its considerable charms.
For history buffs, Sacramento has the Sutter Mine tour and the state railway and military history museums, as well as the Sutter’s Fort museum, which contains a comprehensive collection of Gold Rush and Civil War artifacts. The state capitol building, an architectural gem, also offers free tours to visitors.
Culture lovers can enjoy the Sacramento Ballet, plays and performances at the historic Crest Theatre and outdoor theatre at the annual Fair Oaks Theatre Festival, where free-roaming chickens mingle with the audience! For music aficionados, there’s Pops in the Park, a series of annual concerts held in neighborhood parks.
There are lots of recreation opportunities for families as well. Take your daughters (and sons) to a Sacramento Monarch’s game. Or head off to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom for a day of thrills. One of the coolest places for climbers, families and fitness enthusiasts is the Sacramento Pipeworks, a massive indoor climbing facility and gym, featuring more than 11,000 feet of rock walls and climbing terrain.Click here for Sacramento Jobs
The city of Stockton in northern California has a colorful history and a lively charm that make it a great place to live and work. Close to San Francisco, coastal beaches and Yosemite National Park, Stockton also offers a wealth of history, culture and recreation opportunities. The San Joaquin and Sacramento River delta offers boating, fishing, water-skiing, and sailing.
For families, the Children’s Museum of Stockton has plenty of “hands on” exhibits and cool activities that even grown-ups will enjoy. History buffs will enjoy the collections at the Haggin Museum and the historic Delta waterfront area.
Stockton is the birthplace of the Caterpillar tractor, first manufactured by the Holt Manufacturing Company in 1904. Another claim to fame is the town’s annual Asparagus Festival, a fun-filled celebration that has made Stockton “the asparagus capital of the world.”
In the late 1990s, Stockton embarked on an ambitious project to revitalize its downtown with new construction and renovated buildings that include the Bob Hope Theater, Regal City Centre Cinemas, a transit center, the Stockton Arena, Stockton Ballpark, and several hotels.Click here for Stockton Jobs
Davidson Specialty Foods is the largest specialty foods distributor in New England, carrying over 6,000 items in natural, organic, specialty, Kosher, and ethnic lines at their CT warehouse facility. Founded on the value of providing quality products at a level of service second to none, Davidson has been bringing value to their customers for over 36 years. Davidson Specialty Foods is one of the many companies within the C&S Family of Companies, the largest wholesale grocery supply company in the U.S. and the industry leader in supply chain innovation.Click here for Newington Jobs
Come Select With The Best – Join the Elite Suffield Squad!
We are the Suffield Hawks and our team ships an average of 500,000 cases per week, selects over 7,500 items from 41 aisles and has a 350k+ square foot warehouse to run! We use modern technology like voice selection and RF units with scanners to make it happen. Our average selectors earn above $17.00 with potential to earn much more, even up to $25.00. Suffield’s leadership team also values safety. Our goal is to send everyone home the same way they came in – only richer.
No habla Ingles? Hay no problema in Suffield. Several of our managers and trainers are fully bilingual English/Spanish and will ensure your development is unimpeded by a language barrier.
C&S Wholesale Grocers is a family owned and operated company and believes in promoting from within. Start earning cash now on nights and weekends and the possibilities are endless! Most of the company’s current directors, managers, and supervisors started out as selectors.
Suffield is located right in the middle of Hartford and Springfield and just miles away from Bradley International Airport. Both cities boast great shopping, museums, nightlife, outdoor activities, and many more cultural opportunities. Suffield is an excellent place to raise a family and a great choice to start a career with our company!Click here for Suffield Jobs
The city of Windsor Locks takes its name from a series of locks which were built in the early 1880s on the nearby Connecticut River. The town, which began as a farming community and transportation center, is now home to one of New England’s largest airports, Bradley Field, which includes the New England Air Museum.
Most of the town’s businesses and hotels are clustered near the airport; beyond that, there are still many farms where drying sheds for shade-grown tobacco stretch as far as the eye can see. Hiking, biking, skiing on Mount Tom, boating on the Connecticut River and ballooning are popular local activities. Shopping, museums, nightlife, theatre and cultural opportunities are all easily available in Springfield, MA and Hartford, CT, both within a 15 minute drive of Windsor Locks. Springfield is home to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Hartford offers many historic and cultural attractions as well, including the Mark Twain House, the Garde Arts Center, and the Wadsworth Atheneum. World class entertainment can be enjoyed at the Hartford Civic center.Click here for Windsor Locks Jobs
The largest city in Florida, Jacksonville is in the First Coast region and on the banks of the St. Johns River. With a riverfront downtown and miles of beaches, Jacksonville is beautiful all year round.
Mild winters and hot summers allow the citizens to do various outdoor activities. 700 luxurious public and private golf courses give the citizens an opportunity to be outside. Jacksonville is the home of the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars. At times you can hear roars from the stadium and makes a good family activity on the weekends.Click here for Jacksonville Jobs
Miami is the 42nd largest city and the 4th largest urban area in the United States. Located on the Atlantic coast in Southeastern Florida, Miami is a major center and a leader in finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. It was dubbed America’s Cleanest City in 2008 by Forbes Magazine for its good air quality, vast green spaces, clean drinking water, clean streets and city-wide recycling programs. With the hot summers and warm winters, the city houses many marinas, rivers, bays, canals, and the Atlantic Ocean. Activities that are commonly found are boating, sailing, fishing and scuba diving.
Miami has many entertainment venues. Popular museums include the Frost Art Museum, Miami Art Museum, Miami Children’s Museum, Miami Science Museum and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. With the 2nd largest performing arts center in the United States, Adriena Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, and festivals such as Calle Ocho Festival and Carnival Miami, the city attracts a large number of musicians, singers, actors, dancers, and orchestral players. Sporting venues are popular within the city with professional teams such as the Miami Dolphins in the NFL, Miami Heat in the NBA, Miami Marlins in the MLB, Miami United F.C. in the NSPL, and the Florida Panthers in the NHL.Click here for Miami Jobs
Nicknamed the beautiful city, Orlando is the 79th largest city in the United States. The city symbol is the fountain of Lake Eola.
Tourism is a large contributor to the overall economy of Orlando with theme parks and various conventions. Orlando is best known for the Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld, Gatorland, and Wet ’n Wild Water Park. Most major tourist locations are located on International Drive, with the exception of Walt Disney World.
Other entertainment includes the music scene with the genres of hip-hop, metal, rock, and reggae and sports. Teams such as the Orlando Magic in the NBA, Orlando City USL Pro soccer team, the Orlando Predators Arena Football League, and the Orlando Solar Bears ECHL. Conferences and conventions are very common with educational areas such as University of Central Florida, which is the 2nd largest university in the United States.Click here for Orlando Jobs
The City of Plant City is geographically located in the middle of the west coast of Florida, approximately 25 miles east of Tampa, immediately west of Lakeland, and 70 miles west of Orlando. Plant City is located in northeast Hillsborough County, which is the fourth largest county in Florida.
The City limits comprise 28 square miles, and include 34,963 residents as of the latest population estimate. The City has adopted the theme of “Embracing the Future, While Preserving the Past” as it captures the residents desire to adapt and plan for expected growth, while protecting the enduring assets and hometown charm of Plant CityClick here for Plant City Jobs
Kahului is a census-designated place is Maui County, on the island of Maui. Kahului hosts Maui's main airport, a harbor, light industrial areas and more. It is the retail center for Maui residents, and offers plenty of activities including a museum, a wildlife sanctuary, botanical gardens, and the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.Click here for Kahului Jobs
Just 14 miles from Honolulu, Kapolei is the second largest business center on the island of Oahu. With all the advantages of being in Hawaii (beautiful vistas and a balmy climate), Kapolei also offers more affordable living costs than its big sister town of Honolulu. Beach, golf, diving and other water sports are the big draw here, but there is also a rich cultural and historic legacy worth exploring at places like The Bishop Museum and the Iolani Palace, both just minutes from Kapolei. The Pearl Harbor Monument and Museum are also nearby.Click here for Kapolei Jobs
Keaau is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hawaii County, Hawaii, United States located on the Big Island of Hawaii in the Puna District. The town is surrounded by an Ohia forest, and is close to a number of botanical gardens and black sand beaches. Two attractions are the Pacific Floral Exchange and Hi'iaka Healing Herb Garden. In nearby Hilo is the Hawaii Volcanos National Park, great museums including the Imiloa Astronomy Center and Pacific Tsunami Museum, art galleries like the East Hawaii Cultural Center, unique shops, and perennial favorites like the Hilo Farmers Market.Click here for Keaau Jobs
Lihue is a census-designated place and the county seat of Kauai County, Hawaii. Lihue is the government and commercial center of the island as well as a cultural and historical area. This town is home to Kauai’s main airport (the Lihue Airport) and Nawiliwili Harbor, the island's major commercial shipping center and cruise ship port, making it the most popular port of entry, however it retains its island charm despite its urbanization.
Lihue has a variety of beaches and natural wonders to explore, and is home to Wailua Falls which cascades over tiered stone to a drop of 80 feet. The Lihue area also has numerous historical spots including Alekoko (Menehune Fishpond), a roughly 1000-year old aquaculture reservoir, a historic plantation estate, and museums.Click here for Lihue Jobs
Pearl City is a census-designated place, located in the City & County of Honolulu on the Island of Oahu. Pearl City is located on Oahu’s south shore, about 11 miles west of downtown Honolulu. The town’s main attraction is Pearl Harbor, and is located right on the harbor’s shore. With all the advantages of being in Hawaii (beautiful vistas and a balmy climate), Honolulu is a major hub for international business, military defense, and well as being host to a diverse variety of east-west and Pacific culture, cuisine, and traditions.Click here for Pearl City Jobs
Indianapolis is the capital city of Indiana and the 12th largest city in the United States. With one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States, the city has oriented itself around the manufacturing industry and sporting arenas.
With an emphasis on auto racing, Indianapolis Colts in the NFL, and Indiana Pacers in the NBA, Indianapolis is the home of the events Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix, the NHRA U.S. Nationals, and the Men’s and Women’s NCAA basketball tournaments.
Other activities include zoos and parks. The Indianapolis Zoo which houses over 360 species. The Zoo is most known for its Dolphin exhibit. Indianapolis has an extensive municipal park system with nearly 200 parks covering 10,000+ acres.Click here for Indianapolis Jobs
Yorktown is a picturesque community in Delaware County, Indiana, with a population of approximately 14,000 people. Residents are active in their community, which keeps the town vital and progressive. Yorktown takes pride in the national recognition achieved by the Yorktown School system and its low tax rates.
Yorktown offers a variety of recreational activities, including four parks, two golf courses, a public library, and a historical museum. The parks cover 120 acres with 2+ miles of walking trails that connect to sidewalks. The parks are sites for picnics, sports, festivals, trails, playground equipment, shelters, and YMCA. A pedestrian bridge connects Morrow's Meadow to the newly rebuilt and revitalized downtown. Morrow's Meadow is on the banks of the gently flowing waterways of the White River and Buck Creek, with a drop off for canoeing. Businesses provide a unique opportunity to browse, shop, or enjoy a meal.
The Yorktown School system has been consistently rated as one of the top schools in Indiana and the United States. Earning numerous awards each year from US News and World Report, New York Times, The State of Indiana and being recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education. Students are continually challenged to obtain the most from their educational and extracurricular activities.Click here for Yorktown Jobs
Hammond is the largest city in the Tangipahoa Parish in Louisiana. With high accessibility to highway-rail-air-sea transportation, Hammond’s main sources of capital are from the strawberry and distribution industries. The airport serves as a back-up to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and a major training site for the Louisiana Army National Guard. 15 miles South of Hammond is Port Manchar, which provides an outlet via Lake Ponchartrain with the Gulf of Mexico.
Southeastern Louisiana University, the only university that offers the state’s academic degree in supply chain management, offers entertainment to its residents from its popular football team.Click here for Hammond Jobs
The C&S perishables facility in Hatfield always stuns visitors with its size and technological advances. Here you’ll find the largest variety of wholesale items in the Northeast. Our 20 banana ripening rooms alone can each hold 1,440 cases of fruit. That’s a lot of bananas! And the warehouse cooling system uses anhydrous ammonia which is more environmentally friendly than Freon.
Living in the Hatfield area is truly the best of both worlds. You can live in a quiet, semi-rural small town, while having access to a wealth of attractions and activities, all within minutes. Drive over to Springfield or into Hadley for great shopping, dining and theatre. And while you’re in Springfield, be sure to visit the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Families in the Hatfield area have a wide array of fun activities to choose from. There’s hiking, boating and mini-golf nearby. The Norwottuck Rail Trail provides miles of safe, protected bike paths. A half hour drive takes you to Six Flags New England, a spectacular theme park. And the famous Yankee Candle Factory is a great destination for the whole family.Click here for Hatfield Jobs
Looking for a “cool” workplace? How does half a million square feet of freezer space sound? The ice making machines at the C&S facility in Westfield can make 80 tons of ice per day!
Living in Westfield is pretty cool, too. The town is centrally located in Western Massachusetts and provides easy access to points east and west via the Massachusetts Turnpike. Residents can enjoy the suburban quiet of Westfield – or drive into the city for more choices in shopping, dining and entertainment. Springfield offers a wealth of attractions for all ages, including the Basketball Hall of Fame. Springfield is famous for its annual “Bright Nights” holiday festival, featuring acres of lighted tableaus.
Family life in Westfield can be as quiet or as busy as you like. There are many nearby hiking, skiing and boating choices, as well as the Norwottuck bike trail for family fun rides. Six Flags of New England is just 35 minutes away, with thrill rides and a children’s park. And of course every season brings its own crop of local festivals, usually with great food, music and activities for the whole family. Westfield also offers a large, full-service YMCA and youth activities, including Boys' and Girls' Clubs and the Amilia Park hockey arena, open year round.Click here for Westfield Jobs
With year-round mild temperatures and a moderate cost of living, Aberdeen, MD is a great place to work and live. The town was the birthplace of baseball star Cal Ripken, and visitors can tour his home, which has been converted into the Ripken Family Museum and is full of items related to local and baseball history. Residents can also enjoy attending home games of the Aberdeen IronBirds, a minor league baseball team owned by Cal Ripken and his brother.
Aberdeen is also home to the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) where the U.S. Army designs and tests ordnance, including tanks and other vehicles. History buffs can find a trove of local lore at the Aberdeen Museum.Click here for Aberdeen Jobs
Boating, kayaking, fishing, clamming are popular summer activities for North East residents and families. In the winter there are events at nearby Cecil College as well as many town celebrations sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Elk Neck State Park, a major recreational area, is located just 10 miles south of town.
In recent years, North East has experienced a renaissance, with more small businesses opening on Main Street, including wonderful shops and restaurants. North East has also experienced industrial growth, with the construction of The North East Commerce Center. With several large housing developments, increased commercial growth and surrounding marinas, North East is a town looking towards the future while preserving its historical small town charm.Click here for North East Jobs
Less than two hours from Boston, the “Elm City” offers the best of modern New England living. This vibrant, historic community of more than 22,000 people in southwest New Hampshire boasts a bustling downtown filled with shops, malls, pubs and restaurants, as well as a rich cultural life. Outside the town center, nearby woods, trails, and waterways provide perfect opportunities for outdoor activities in every season.
The city is also home to a number of colleges and universities, including Keene State College, Franklin Pierce College and Antioch University New England. Two-time NECBL League champions, the Keene Swamp Bats play baseball every summer.
Keene is a four-hour drive to New York and Montreal.Click here for Keene Jobs
Located in the heart of central New Jersey, Carteret is home to 23,000 people. Just a short ride from Manhattan, Carteret has a revitalized parks system, a thriving community, and a stabilized tax rate. The area is home to ten parks with amenities such as baseball/softball fields, soccer and football fields, basketball and tennis courts, ponds, walking paths, volleyball courts, playgrounds, miniature golf course, rock climbing, a fishing pier and more.
Carteret is home to a variety of community-oriented programs including festivals, local sports, and other activities that take place year-round. Annual celebrations include a Memorial Day parade in May, a waterfront Independence Day Festival in July, a Health Fair in August, and a Fall Festival in October. Community initiatives include revitalization and environmental projects.Click here for Carteret Jobs
Edison, New Jersey, one of America’s Best Places to Live according to Money Magazine, is a 32-square-mile township of more than 100,000 residents. Edison Township is New Jersey’s fifth largest municipality. Edison is proud of their first-rate municipal services, safe neighborhoods, academically-excellent public and private schools, Middlesex College, a variety of restaurants, eateries and hotels, and shopping centers, including the popular Menlo Park Mall. Edison's central location, and diverse community make Edison a great place to live, work and raise a family.
The community is also proud to offer its residents and visitors many recreational opportunities including Middlesex County’s Roosevelt Park and 27 neighborhood parks. Edison is the home of Thomas Alva Edison’s famed Menlo Park laboratory, where the incandescent light bulb was perfected and sound was first recorded.Click here for Edison Jobs
Chester, New York is a old-fashioned small town in the shadow of some very big cities—New York City is just 45 minutes away from this community of just 12,000 in Orange County.
The town contains an array of beautiful parks, and is a short drive away from the scenic Hudson Valley. Opportunities for hiking, biking and country drives lie in every direction. Residents enjoy small-town pleasures like movie nights in the park, winter sledding, and more. Chester’s people also frequent towns like nearby Middletown for additional shopping, dining and recreation opportunities. Chester is close to the famous West Point Military Academy.Click here for Chester Jobs
Nearly 30,000 people call Newburgh, New York home. Sixty miles north of New York City on the Hudson River, the small city is marked by a wealth of historic buildings, alongside new shops and restaurants. Residents also enjoy shopping and dining in nearby Newburgh and New Windsor. Outdoor recreation opportunities include beautiful local parks—including the breathtaking Downing Park, created by the designers of Central Park in Manhattan.
Newburgh has a growing arts scene—with “Art Along the Hudson” open houses the last Saturday of every month. The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra and Newburgh Chamber Music entertain residents and visitors, while popular music can often be seen at Morrison Hall at SUNY Orange in Middletown, or at The Chance, a theatre in Poghkeepsie. A number of minor league sports teams also play nearby. Newburgh is close to the famous West Point Military Academy.Click here for Newburgh Jobs
Located in the heart of the Lehigh Valley, historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania is home to 72,000 people. Bethlehem is undergoing an industrial and cultural revitalization, and was named as one of Money magazine’s “100 Best Places to Live” in 2006. The area is home to a number of colleges, including the respected Lehigh University.
Bethlehem has a vibrant arts scene, filled with galleries, theaters and special events. Every August, residents and visitors enjoy the annual Musikfest, a mostly free ten-day festival. Other events include the SouthSide Film Festival, an annual celebration of Celtic culture, and the NEARFest progressive rock festival. The city has many options for shopping, dining and recreation, highlighted by First Friday, a monthly cultural celebration. 39 parks cover almost 600 acres, offering opportunities for fishing, hiking, picnicking, swimming and more.Click here for Bethlehem Jobs
The town of Blandon is located in beautiful Pennsylvania farm country. The region is quiet and rural, with the result that crime is low and housing costs tend to be more reasonable than in more developed areas. The nearest large municipality is Reading, PA, a historic town best known for lending its name to the famous Reading Railroad, which shipped anthracite coal from the Pennsylvania Coal Region to cities along the Schuylkill River. You probably know the Reading Railroad as one of the four railroad properties in the game of Monopoly. (You may have even “owned” it several times!)
If you live in Blandon, you can expect to visit Reading often for all it has to offer. The town has a large outlet shopping complex, where tourists come by the busloads to pick up name-brand bargains. But Reading is also rich In history and culture. Love mushrooms? Be sure to plan a trip to the Mushroom Museum in Kennett Square, just a short drive from Blandon.Click here for Blandon Jobs
DuBois is a small city in Clearfield County, one of Pennsylvania’s most beautiful regions, located near the Allegheny Forest. Founded as a lumber town, the city became a thriving coal mining center in the 1800s.
Because of its proximity to several state forests and parks, DuBois is an outdoorsman’s paradise. Hunting and fishing are very popular activities. Families can enjoy hiking, canoeing, camping and ATV trail riding. Or take a trip to see an elk herd in nearby Elk County – it’s an experience you’ll never forget. For golfers, DuBois offers several excellent courses, and wine lovers can tour and sample wines at nine regional vineyards. The town also sponsors a “Concerts in the Park” series for music lovers of all ages.Click here for DuBois Jobs
East Berlin is a small historic community in Adams County, Pennsylvania. The County Seat of Adams County is the borough of Gettysburg PA., location of the Gettysburg National Battlefield. Adams County's rural landscapes still retain much of its mid-19th century roadway patterns. Thirteen historic roadways converge at, or near, Gettysburg Borough. Two circular rings of towns surround Gettysburg.
Activities include visits to Apple Country, arts, antiques, and Caledonia State Park, named for an iron furnace that was owned by Thaddeus Stevens.Click here for East Berlin Jobs
Robesonia is a borough in Berks County, Pennsylvania. With a population of just over 2,000 people, Robesonia is famous for its Pennsylvania German-style pottery and a history of iron manufacturing. The Robesonia Furnace Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Robesonia is less than a half hour drive to Reading, PA, also in Berks County, and under an hour from Hershey, PA. Reading is the fifth most populated city in the state, and offers a variety of activities. From art and jazz festivals to shopping, outdoor recreation and the Appalachian Trail, there is plenty to do in greater ReadingClick here for Robesonia Jobs
The sixth largest city in Pennsylvania, Scranton is the geographic and cultural center of the Lackawanna River Valley. The nation’s first successful, continually operating electrified trolley system was established in Scranton in 1886, giving it the nickname, “the Electric City.” Scranton is ranked 30th as one of America’s Fastest Recovering Cities by Forbes magazine, and in 2010, Business Week listed Scranton as the Best Place to Raise Your Kids in Pennsylvania.
Scranton, once a hub for coal-and-iron production in the state's Pocono Northeast region, is probably best known today as the setting for the popular TV show, The Office. It has a low cost of living, ski slopes, and colleges, including Scranton University. Activities throughout the year include a Holiday Light show, First Friday Scranton, a large Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, and the Steamtown Marathon. Snö Mountain Ski Resort is a popular winter attraction, and Scranton has a variety of professional sports teams.
Fun fact: Scranton appears on the opening titles of the show and a Dunder Mifflin flag flies outside the Mayor’s office.Click here for Scranton Jobs
Spry is located in York County, nestled in the fertile Susquehanna River Valley of South-Central Pennsylvania. Home to more than 430,000 people, York County offers big-city amenities with small-town charm. While continuing to embrace its agricultural roots, York also has evolved into a manufacturing and business hub.
In York, you'll find great schools, a low cost of living, and plenty of activities. There’s a park in nearly every corner of the county, a strong performing arts community, sports and shopping. York is only a short drive away from many major cities including Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and New York City.Click here for Spry Jobs
Don’t let all those stately Colonial buildings and historic sites fool you – York is one of Pennsylvania’s most vibrant and interesting communities. From the Harley Davidson motorcycle factory to the wineries on the “Uncork York “ vineyard tour, York is alive with enough diverse delights and discoveries to please everyone.
Founded in 1741, York was one of the first capitals of the United States (along with Philadelphia, Lancaster and Baltimore). The town has sites connected with both the Revolutionary War and the Civil War – truly a paradise for history buffs.
Today’s York is also a dynamic and thriving city, with an economic base of industry, retail operations and tourism. A recent downtown revitalization program included the construction of new retail centers, public buildings, and loft apartments.
York is also home to Sovereign Bank Stadium, a beautiful arena built in 2007, where during baseball season you can join thousands of fans to watch the city’s own professional baseball team, the York Revolution. And if you like quirky sports, don’t miss the local “Pogo Squad", a group of about twelve extreme pogo performers who participate in area events, including the York St. Patrick's Day Parade.Click here for York Jobs
Voted "Top City in the United States" for the third consecutive year by Condé Nast Traveler, Charleston is brimming with historic charm. Charleston enjoys a rich heritage, stable economy, diverse shopping, a variety of recreational activities, music, art, history and more.
With a population of 150,000+, Charleston is the second largest city in South Carolina, and is home to five distinct beach communities, each with its own magic. Community events occur throughout the year, from live music and dinner events to the Charleston Marathon and the annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival.Click here for Charleston Jobs
Greenville is the sixth largest city in the state of South Carolina. Located in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the area was once a part of the Cherokee Nation.
Beginning in the 1970s, a downtown revitalization project was implemented to enhance the beauty and livability of Greenville. Streets were redesigned to be more people-friendly, and tree-filled parks and plazas were created. In the 1980s, Greenville implemented a downtown master plan that included new office space, several large hotels, a vibrant arts center, upscale retail establishments and more – all while preserving its most historic buildings and districts. National Trust for Historic Preservation awarded Greenville with the Great American Main Street Award in 2003 and 2009. Since then the city has been featured in numerous publications, including Southern Living Magazine and the U.S. Airways Magazine.
Greenville offers many activities and attractions. The city regularly hosts major concerts and touring theater companies. The Greenville County Museum of Art, which specializes in American art, is home to collections of work by Andrew Wyeth and Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol and Georgia O'Keeffe. And don’t miss Southern Exposure, an annual three day event that features domestic and international wine tastings, celebrity chefs, master sommeliers, and national recording artists.Click here for Greenville Jobs
Coppell is located in the northwest corner of Dallas County, in Texas. A suburb of Dallas, the city population was 38,659 in 2010.
Earning #8 on the Money Magazine 2015 list of “Best Places to Live in America” and #3 in Money’s “Best Places to be a Kid,” Coppell has plenty of parks and gathering places, recreational opportunities, special events, great schools and community spirit.Click here for Coppell Jobs
Houston is the largest city in the Southern US and the most populous city in Texas. It has the third tallest skyline in North America, and also boasts a seven-mile system of tunnels and sky walks, linking downtown building containing shops and restaurants, enabling pedestrians to avoid traffic and inclement weather.
Houston is a diverse city with a large and growing international community; over 90 languages are spoken there. It has an active visual and performing arts scene. The Theater District, located downtown, is home to nine major performing arts organizations and six performance halls. Houston is one of few United States cities with professional, resident companies in all major performing arts disciplines: opera, ballet, music, and theater.
Houston has the most total area of parks and green space of the 10 most populous U.S. cities, and is home to 337 parks including Hermann Park, which houses the Houston Zoo and Houston Museum of Natural Science. For sports enthusiasts, Houston has sports teams for every major professional league except the National Hockey League (NHL).Click here for Houston Jobs
Irving is a city located in Dallas County, Texas, and is part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. According to a 2013 estimate from the U.S. Census Bureau, the city population was 228,653, making it the thirteenth most populous city in Texas.
Irving is home to the Mustangs at Las Colinas, the largest equestrian sculpture in the world, and the Irving Arts Center. Nearby Dallas-Fort Worth includes attractions like Fair Park, the Dallas World Aquarium and Dallas Zoo, as well as sports teams Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, and NHL Dallas Stars.Click here for Irving Jobs
C&S Wholesale Grocers has been supporting the Brattleboro community since 1981, providing jobs with great pay and benefits, robust career opportunities, and much needed service to our local community. Since then, our company has grown at an astonishing rate, providing extensive career advancement opportunities to those aspiring to excel. Our culture is built upon hard working people with determination and commitment to get the job done! The Brattleboro team not only works hard, but we have a blast doing it. Our motto is “C&S, We’re the Best,” and our team proves it every day.
Our facility has an on-site wellness clinic for employees and their family members, as well as an on-site fitness center. Having fun in the process is part of our company’s vision, and we love to celebrate trainee graduations and host family picnics. We are a major supporter of the United Way of Windham County, taking care of individuals and families in our community, and participate in community events and volunteer projects.
Come join our great team and see how your hard work and determination can have a positive impact on our local community, while you develop your career in a fun, fast paced environment. Get paid, Get fit, and have fun!Click here for Brattleboro Jobs