JCI Receives “Good Business” Award On Flag Day

Accepting the Good Business Award on behalf of JCI in the center is President and CEO Bill Sharek. Also pictured is Vice President Johanna Barker and Vice President Patricia Little.

A Good Business Award was presented on Wednesday to JCI by Commandant Greg Quinn (center) and Junior Past Commandant Timothy Daniel (right) on behalf of the Johnston County Marine Corps League Carry-On Detachment #1236 for continuously and properly displaying the American Flag at their location, reminding all who visit or travel past their place of business; “America First and Her Undivided Allegiance”.

The Johnston County Marine Corps League, aka The JoCo Marines, recognize one worthy business a month in Johnston County that adheres to the proper rules and regulations of flying the American Flag because it means a lot to them in the sense that “Their Brothers and Sisters fought and died to defend those Stars and Stripes”.

JCI is a community-based organization providing Vocational Training, Employment Programs, and Manufacturing Solutions for Johnston, Harnett, Lee, Sampson and Wayne Counties.

JCI is not just a service provider, but also functions as a competitive employer and procures contract work from local employers to provide job training and skill development. JCI opened its doors in 1975 and employs approximately 220 people. The JCI Corporate office is located in Selma.