Investor Spotlight!

Fayette County CEO Investors are the heart of Fayette County CEO. Their investment of $1,000 per year for 3 years provides the necessary resources to operate and ensures the sustainability of the Fayette County CEO class for future students. Investor commitments are critical to the success of Fayette County CEO.

This week, we extend a special thank you to Hohlt & File Funeral Home:
"I was approached several years ago to be a founding member of the Fayette County CEO program. I had never heard of it, and growing up I didn’t have opportunities quite like the CEO program in school, this was an opportunity to help and teach a younger generation about being an entrepreneur. I give tours of the funeral home and teach students about how I bought my business and about the daily challenges specialty businesses like mine face.

Investing in the CEO program and investing back in your community is the best kind of advertising a business can do. In the CEO program, the students are taught about marketing and advertising, so investing in them is investing in ourselves and our community." Sue Kistler-Burnam, owner Hohlt & File Funeral Home

To view a complete list of our investors, visit www.fayettecountyceo.com/investors.

Interested in becoming an investor? Email us at facilitator@fayettecountyceo.com and be part of the journey of developing the next generation of leaders.


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