November 29, 2021

Tomer Aiderapp

Consummate Business Technicians

JTM CEO Tony Maas wins Lindner award

Tony Maas, president and CEO of J.T.M. Meals Group, claims he is as devoted to the company as he is to his Catholic religion, and he is swift to place out that the two are not mutually distinctive.

“I’m listed here to inform you, if you serve God first the revenue will observe,” stated the 61-yr-aged Maas, who for the earlier 33 years has been operating the small business that commenced in 1960 as a spouse and children-owned butcher store in Delhi Township.

Maas has relished the ideal of both equally worlds – secular and sacred – by letting his religion to notify his small business selections and charitable giving, together with donating 10% of the firm’s earnings every 12 months to Catholic ministries and other charitable organizations.

“It’s a blessing that we can make an eternal distinction with the organization and a monetary distinction with the business,” Maas said through an job interview from his workplace on the sprawling J.T.M. campus in Harrison.