Bobby Bowden speaks at Time Clock Plus’ meeting

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Time Clock Plus is welcoming Bobby Bowden, a former Florida State University’s head coach, at their combined “Better Together” themed kick off and mid year meeting.

They are celebrating thirty years of business and as they grow they believe they are, as an agency,getting “Better Together.”

They have helped more than 60,000 businesses worldwide. The meeting took place at the Red Line Hotel and had about 250 people in attendance.

All of the employees are all San Angelo locals.

Marketing Manager for Time Clock Plus, Mary Payton, says, “we’re so honored to bring in Coach Bobby Bowden. He’s a former head coach for Florida State University, he’s going to come in and talk to our team about team work and some of the life experiences that he had to make him so successful.”

The Mayor and President of the Chamber of Commerce was invited, as well.

The Time Clock Plus representative did say that they are always looking for more people.



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