Having your small company featured on “60 Minutes” is a way to generate priceless publicity. But how does one even begin to prepare for the opportunity?
Jenny Fulton and Ashlee Furr, two laid-off stockbrokers who co-founded a pickle company, tell Scott Pelley how they hit on the idea for their new business.
Even though our world gets more high tech, fast-paced, and digitally obsessed by the second, sometimes you have to take a breath and go back to the basics. Sometimes you just have to make pickles.
Laid-off stockbroker Jenny Fulton, who now runs Miss Jenny’s Pickles in Kernersville, N.C., was featured Sunday on CBS News’ “60 Minutes,” talking about how she began exporting her pickles to China.
We’re so excited about the upcoming broadcast of 60 Minutes. We were honored to be able to share the “Miss Jenny’s” story. Check out the link and be sure to tune in.
Thanks to Lori Weiss for her great article on Huffington Post!
Click here to read her take on MJP!
We’re not bragging or anything, but we were certainly thrilled to receive a Good Food Award in San Francisco for 2012!
Check out all the winners at www.goodfoodawards.org