Liz Minyard is a big believer in connecting with consumers through community activities. She and sister Gretchen Minyard Williams, who share the titles of co-chairman and co-chief executive officer, oversee a host of good works programs that carry on the company's tradition of giving back to its communities. Following are some ongoing efforts: HUNGER PROGRAMS: Liz Minyard is one of the founding members of the North Texas Food Bank, and the company has been a strong supporter of hunger ...

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