Deep Roots: Long-term relationships with growers, buyers are a key to success for The Onion House in south Texas

April 4, 2016

When it comes to explaining why Don Ed Holmes and his Weslaco, Texas onion packing and marketing business is so successful, one of the Midwest’s most-established distributors of fruits and vegetables has a simple answer. “Don Ed runs a good operation. He’s good with his farmers and good with his customers,” explained Joe Comito, Chairman of the Board of Capital City Fruit, operating in Des Moines, Iowa since 1949. “Trust is a big part of it. The people who really treat you right are the people you have long-term relationships with in this business, and Don Ed is one of those people.”

Get the complete story on The Onion House’s success by reading Eric Woolson’s latest feature story for Onion World magazine.

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True Impact of ESSA on Transportation Likely to Take Time

April 2, 2016

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was well received as a successor to the unpopular No Child Left Behind Act but it hasn’t made much of a splash in the pupil transportation arena, professionals on opposite coasts agree. Eric Woolson provides details in his latest story for School Transportation News in its April issue.