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Gary Evans

Green Market Manager

ALLIANCE ONE INTERNATIONAL, INC.

HQ Phone:  (919) 379-4300

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ALLIANCE ONE INTERNATIONAL, INC.

8001 Aerial Center Parkway

Morrisville, North Carolina, 27560

United States

Company Description

(AOI) is a leading independent leaf merchant which selects, purchases, processes, packs, stores, and ships leaf tobacco to customers in more than 90 countries across the globe. Committed to helping farmers become more sustainable and produce higher yielding an...more

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Tobacco Association of United States Accounting


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Ayden.com - Town Of Ayden, North Carolina, Eastern NC, Greenville & Pitt County Area - News

WINTERVILLE — Gary Evans has been a proponent of Pitt Community College for many years and now finds himself one of its most visible leaders in the community.
On Aug. 28, the PCC Board of Trustees selected the 43-year-old Ayden resident to serve as their chairman. A trustee for the past four years, Evans said he takes his new role with the board seriously. "I know what it's like to be making a living with an associate in applied science degree," he said. "PCC is a major player in Pitt County's economy." A 1984 PCC graduate, Evans earned associate degrees from the college in Agriculture Business and Agriculture Chemicals. He later completed a Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Olive College, graduating Summa Cum Laude from the school's Management and Organization Development program in 1998. For the past four years, Evans has served as vice president of Alliance One International's Green Market Operation. He has worked with the Farmville agricultural company since 1982, when it was known as A.C. Monk and Company. As a local business leader, Evans says he knows very well PCC's role in the community. "PCC provides affordable education to a large number of people," he said. "Without the community college, many people would not be able to obtain higher education." Having been a student at PCC and through his experiences as a college trustee, Evans said Pitt's strong suit is its faculty and staff. "They want to see every student succeed," he says. But as the college continues to experience enrollment growth, Evans says there are obstacles ahead. "Financial resources are a big challenge [for PCC] to meet the needs of people in our county," he said. Though higher taxes never seem to enjoy public acclaim, Evans supports a local sales tax referendum that will appear on the November ballot. If Pitt County voters approve the measure, the county's sales tax would go up a quarter-cent on many items-excluding food and vehicles-to generate funding for Pitt County Schools and PCC. "As a tax-paying citizen in Pitt, I see the sales tax as a fair way to share the burden (of supporting our local schools)," Evans said. "Unfortunately, without additional resources, our hands are tied in expanding Pitt Community College," Evans said. "It saddens me to know we have Pitt County citizens who are attending other community colleges because PCC doesn't have room for them. We must find a solution that works for all." As a former PCC student and current administrator, Evans says he is committed to helping identify that solution. "Being a graduate of PCC, I want to see the college grow and meet the needs of the people trying to better themselves with more education," he said.


Goldsboro News-Argus | News: Mount Olive College announces 2006 alumni awards list

Gary Evans of Ayden received the non-traditional alumni hall of fame award.He graduated summa cum laude from Mount Olive in 1998, attending classes at locations in Raleigh, New Bern and on Seymour Johnson AFB. Vice president of Green Market Operations for Alliance One International, he also serves as chairman of the Tobacco Association of United States Accounting and Procedures Committee.


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