AlaTrade plant employee jackpot gives $50,000 to local workers


Submitted photo: Vinson Landa, an employee at the Boaz Alatrade plant poses with his jackpot check for $10,000.

On July 12, during shift breaks, the day shift and night shift teams at the AlaTrade plants in Albertville and Boaz gathered in their respective break rooms for the AlaTrade Jackpot drawings.
The AlaTrade Jackpot was open to any employee who had been with the company for a certain timeframe and exemplified good attendance.
The Boaz and Albertville plants gave three $5,000 cash prizes and a $10,000 cash prize per shift per plant for a total of $25,000 per shift per plant, or $50,000 in Jackpot drawings at each plant.
Albertville winners included George Padron, John Rodriguez, Victor Garcia, Yaritza Martinez, Ashly Ibarra, Charles Hubbard, Jr., Raymond Falu Oliveras and Marco Cisneros
Boaz winners included Cecilia Castaneda, Katlin Keith, Rosie Ohano, Fanta Cherif, Vinson Landa, Dakotah Hindbaugh, Jose Torres, Jr. and Jenifer Barbosa
AlaTrade is a company working within the poultry industry to provide services for its customers that choose to outsource a part of their process. AlaTrade plants have approvals from many national account foodservice companies to produce products for their restaurants. All plants are BRC certified (quality systems), AMS certified (USDA Grading), and have active USDA Process Verification Programs in place.

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