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June 2013: Gary Wishnatzki

  • Aired: 06/27/2013
  • 28:46
  • Rating: NR
Only 1-in-10 family-owned businesses make it to the third generation, but a Plant City business is beating the odds. In the early 1900s a newly arrived immigrant from Eastern Europe began selling fruit and vegetables from a push-cart in New York. Now, his grandson runs a $100 million dollar global enterprise that is the largest grower and shipper of strawberries in Florida.
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