Letter from the CEO

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Happy Thanksgiving! I hope at this time of year you can spend some time with family and friends and spend a few minutes remembering all you are thankful for.

At Management Solutions, we have a lot of things to be thankful for. As you may know, we just celebrated our 20-year anniversary. Throughout this past year, we have thanked so many folks that have enabled us to reach this milestone and we are so appreciative to everyone that has helped us along the way.

In addition to looking back, we also celebrated some of our staff that have been with us for greater than 15 years. I want to say a big THANK YOU to Rose Echols, Rita Aycock, Debbie Harb and Scott Major; we wouldn’t be where we are today without each of you.

And we would be remiss if we didn’t say thank you to all the clients that have given us the opportunity to deliver value by bridging the gap between strategy and execution. To this point, you can visit our newly updated website to get a glimpse into the clients we support and the services we offer. Check it out here.

So from our family to yours, we wish you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving.

With gratitude, 


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When you were in school, you might have heard that Benjamin Franklin wanted the turkey to be the national bird instead of the bald eagle. But according to the Franklin Institute, that is a myth.

This false story began as a result of a letter Franklin wrote to his daughter criticizing the original eagle design for the Great Seal, saying that it looked more like a turkey. In the letter, Franklin wrote that the “Bald Eagle...is a Bird of bad moral Character. He does not get his Living honestly…[he] is too lazy to fish for himself.”

About the turkey, Franklin wrote that in comparison to the bald eagle, the turkey is “a much more respectable Bird, and withal a true original Native of America...He is besides, though a little vain & silly, a Bird of Courage.” So although Benjamin Franklin defended the honor of the turkey against the bald eagle, he did not propose its becoming one of America’s most important symbols.

(Source: https://www.fi.edu/benjamin-franklin/franklin-national-bird)