Loving the outdoors helps in this business
Name: Judy Cain
Company: Stuart Nursery, Inc.
Job title: Manager
Job description: Selling, ordering, planting, bookwork
Years with company: 36
Personal business strategy: Be honest
Give us your best business advice: Treat customers with courtesy and honesty
First job: Sizzler Steak House
Hobbies: Native plants, reading, hiking, grandchildren!
How I know I am successful: I have met and known so many wonderful people over the years in the nursery business
Favorite book: Outlander
Favorite movie: Pirates of the Caribbean
Favorite restaurant: Mesquite Pit
Historic person I'd most want to share a meal with: Mary Queen of Scots
One person I’d like to meet: Daniel Boone
Pet peeve: Rude people
First car: Buick
Car I drive now: Suburban
Favorite place to get away: The beach
Thing I have too many of: Plants?
If I weren’t in this business, I would be a: Librarian
City of residence: Weatherford
City of birth: Lubbock
One achievement I’d most like to be remembered for? Helping people to appreciate native plants and love the outdoors.
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