Lancaster County, PA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Turkey Hill Dairy announced today that John Cox has been named president, effective immediately.
Cox, who has been serving as the interim president for Turkey Hill Dairy since August 2013, replaces Quintin Frey who recently retired from the company after 33 years of dedicated service.
“Turkey Hill has a wonderful heritage and a great team,” said Cox. “I truly believe our best days are yet to come, and we will be looking forward to meeting the future with confidence.”
Cox joined Turkey Hill Dairy 28 years ago as a marketing manager. Since then he has held a number of leadership roles, including secretary and treasurer for Turkey Hill Dairy, and president of Jackson Ice Cream in Hutchinson, Kan. Most recently, Cox has served as executive vice president for the past 14 years, where he led the development and opening of the Turkey Hill Experience in Columbia, Pa.
A graduate of Millersville University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Cox earned his master’s degree in organizational development and change management from the Pennsylvania State University.
Turkey Hill Dairy produces the fourth largest-selling premium ice cream brand and one of the leading refrigerated iced tea brands in the nation. For more information on Turkey Hill Dairy, visit turkeyhill.com.
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Located in the rich farming country of Lancaster County, Pa., Turkey Hill Dairy produces the fourth largest-selling premium ice cream brand and one of the leading refrigerated iced tea brands in the nation. Over the past 20 years, Turkey Hill has tripled in size and now sells products in 49 states and a dozen countries on three continents. Guided by traditional values and inspired by its family-owned heritage, Turkey Hill Dairy considers all of its associates, partners and customers a part of the Turkey Hill family. The company believes part of its corporate responsibility is to be a good steward of its resources, community, and the world, and is actively defining and implementing green initiatives to cut down on waste, reduce packaging, and minimize outputs into the environment. To put its core values of sustainability into practice, Turkey Hill even generates 25 percent of the Dairy’s annual electricity needs by harnessing wind power through its own wind turbines located onsite at the Dairy. For more information on Turkey Hill Dairy, visit turkeyhill.com, read its blog, the Ice Cream Journal, or follow Turkey Hill Dairy on Twitter or on Facebook.