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Amidst company change, our culture of caring continues on.
There have been major changes in every department since we were acquired by Reynolds American: Our headquarters building, the new faces of our growing sales force, and our new computer programs just to list a few. Our business has been growing at an amazing pace.
In the midst of change and growth, one thing has always remained the same — our culture. We feel it’s rare to see a company like ours maintain its unique culture and community base — something which we are very proud of.
One of the unique things our company has enjoyed is the level of commitment and ownership our employees have. They’re dedicated to making the best product and providing the very best customer service. Ultimately, this means our people honestly care about our product and our consumers — which we believe is truly unique to SFNTC.
We are also a company of stories. Our product generates fierce loyalty, and we have the good fortune to have a consumer base that is devoted, always writing us or calling with wonderful stories.
And as a result, we have marvelous stories to share with others in the trade and at events.
But to really give you an idea of what it’s like, we’ve asked a few of our folks to tell you themselves.
“You get that sense of family, and it just shows what a great place it is to work.” — Randal B.
“There is an inclusive nature here. Here’s the core of our soul and personality, and if you like it great, and if you don’t, that’s cool too. We have a sense of self and if people want to come to us because they understand what our sense of self is, that’s great.” — David D.
“SFNTC really prides themselves on the quality of the product and the quality of the people working on the product.” — Jeff C.
“There are very few mornings I have woken up and don’t want to go to work.” - Martha S.