Milked for all it’s worth: 20 years after buyout, last of Ezell family exits Purity Dairies

Milked for all it’s worth: 20 years after buyout, last of Ezell family exits Purity Dairies

 

Milked for all it's worth: 20 years after buyout, last of Ezell family exits Purity DairiesBy  – Senior Reporter, Nashville Business Journal

This week, Mark Ezell is leaving Purity Dairies, the business that made his family into one of the more notable legacy names in Nashville’s business community. The numbers are staggering: more than a century in business; $200 million of annual sales; 450 employees; 100 million containers of milk, ice cream and other products shipped each year. Whether it was yellow milk jugs or a long-running TV ad campaign with actor Jim Varney (aka Ernest), it was hard to miss one of Nashville’s most notable brands.

Ezell’s story is all the more remarkable because it began with failure……..

READ MORE……..https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/03/28/milked-for-all-its-worth-20-years-after-buyout.html

 


Milked for all it’s worth: 20 years after buyout, last of Ezell family exits Purity Dairies

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