Former EKU Star Makes an Educational Impact
EKU gridiron great Jim Guice welcomed CBT representatives to his AmeriQuest home in Coral Springs, Fla, this week.
CBT Dean Tom Erekson and Global Supply Chain Management Executive-in-Residence James Kirby Easterling joined Guice, who is the current AmeriQuest Corporation executive vice president. The group discussed included indirect and direct spending, outsourced logistics services and truck leasing strategies. AmeriQuest has annual revenues exceeding $1.7 billion and focuses on identifying and assisting small-to-medium sized firms become more efficient, lean and profitable through effective supply chain management practices.
This visit was a great opportunity to highlight one of EKU’s fastest growing programs, Global Supply Chain Management, with 40 students currently enrolled. AmeriQuest is planning to provide a Global Supply Chain Management internship opportunity for an EKU student in Summer 2018 at their office in Coral Springs.
EKU’s Global Supply Chain Management program is grateful for the ongoing support of alliance-partners like AmeriQuest Corp. Find out more about EKU's Global Supply Chain Management program at http://management.eku.edu/GSM,
Photo caption: (left to right) Mr. James Kirby Easterling, Dr. Tom Erekson, Mr. Jim Guice, and Mr. Patrick Gaskins/Senior VP-Financial Services
Published on November 06, 2017