Hormel may sell branded foods to the world, but in the small town of Austin, MN – where the company has been headquartered and run its flagship plant since 1891 – it’s still treated like a local business.
Sanford Health, the largest rural, nonprofit health care system in the country, uses business aviation to transport patients and personnel from all departments across their network of medical centers, clinics and long-term care facilities.
Call & Gentry Law Group, based in Jefferson City, MO, uses business aviation to reach clients in across the country more efficiently than driving or using commercial airline service.
As a leading provider of technology solutions for the financial industry, Monett, MO-based Jack Henry & Associates has more than 40 offices across the country, but the company’s four Embraer Phenom 300s travel to many more destinations.
Detroit-based Masco is a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of branded home improvement and building products.
Salisbury, MD-based Perdue Farms relies on its Gulfstream G150 and King Air B200 to get employees to any of its nearly two dozen facilities across the country.
Cedar City, UT-based Leavitt Group, the 10th largest privately owned insurance broker in the United States, utilizes its HondaJet to reach customers and prospects around the country – often making many stops in one day.
Soon after Robert Tucknott founded his electrical contracting business, he took up flying in order to pilot himself to jobs in cities throughout California. Today, his company employs more than 100 people, allowing Tucknott to pursue a new line of business as a forensic expert witness.
Colorado-based Flagship Food Group uses business aviation to travel between its 11 facilities around the country.