It might seem odd at first that Mike Haaf received a degree in electrical engineering, yet ended up as head of marketing for Food Lion. When looking at the comprehensive, detail-oriented approach he brings to the position, however, it all makes perfect sense. “It's really given me a deep desire for clarity, structure and goal orientation,” said Haaf of his training. Colleagues and business partners cite Haaf as a man of many talents — that rare combination of ...

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