What Valentines and Pearson Farm Have in Common
When you think of your Valentine, you might be thinking of these 3 words that define them: Commitment Patience Love To have a Valentine means that you have already made an emotional commitment. Everyone also knows that patience is a necessary ingredient in any relationship and love is the glue that hold it all together. So, what does Pearson Farm have in common with commitment, patience and love? Many of you know that the Pearson family has been growing Georgia peaches and pecans in the same location now for over 130 years. I can't think of a better display of commitment than that. As for patience, we live in a world of instant gratification. Fast access to information and same day delivery means that people don't have to wait for much. But the Pearson's need patience to produce their quality products. Imagine looking at an empty field and thinking, “At this time in 3 years, we can start to pick our first fruit from trees that haven't been planted yet.” That also reinforces their commitment to the Pearson Farm purpose. And love? Let me ask you how could we carry on a 5-generation family legacy like Pearson Farm if we didn't love what we do? Commitment, patience and love are just some of what it takes to have a great relationship and to grow quality Georgia Grown products for our family and you and yours, year after year. If you want to see our commitment in action go to www.PearsonFarm.com If you want to see how our commitment to quality tastes in person, check out several selections here. We are confident that you will love them as much as we do. And don't worry, if you can't wait to try them, we'll rush them right over to you. Happy Valentine's Day from Pearson Farm.