Tuesday, January 21, 2014
sponsored by

Home Sweet Home expands leadership at Lincoln Mission Mart

Send a link to a friend 

[January 21, 2014]  In preparation for the expanded opportunities to be provided by the new Lincoln Mission Mart location, Home Sweet Home Ministries has established the new position of lead sales associate at Lincoln Mission Mart and promoted Hope Cook to that position.

Cook is currently part of the sales staff at Mission Mart and has over 14 years of management experience from her work at other retail outlets. She has been a resident of Lincoln for nearly 30 years.

"Creating this new position will increase the flexibility we need as we move forward with our plans for the new Lincoln Mission Mart. It also provides an even greater strength in our leadership, which will translate into an even more positive experience for our customers," explained Chris Trimble, director of retail operations at Home Sweet Home Ministries.

Home Sweet Home Ministries recently announced the purchase of a new building at 119 N. Sangamon St in Lincoln that will serve as the new home of its Mission Mart store. In addition, Home Sweet Home is reaching out to Lincoln and Logan County to determine what the ministry might bring to the community in the way of services and resources.

[to top of second column]

Home Sweet Home Ministries is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nondenominational Christian organization serving homeless and low-income individuals and families in the Bloomington-Normal area through a variety of programs. Home Sweet Home Ministries operates the Mission Mart stores in Bloomington and Lincoln. Home Sweet Home provides numerous services 24 hours daily, 365 days a year and has been since 1917. For more information, visit www.hshministries.org.

[Text from file received from Home Sweet Home Ministries]

Previous related articles

< Top Stories index

Back to top