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It’s All Relative Family businesses have been around since our distant ancestors first began practicing specialization of labor. It makes sense; what better way is there to find trustworthy individuals to enter into an endeavor with than to look at those you...
Weaver’s of Wellsville is proud to be a fifth generation family owned company. We have created a legacy of being a reliable distributor of fine products. Recently we held brainstorming sessions to identify the values our company exemplifies. We arrived at the core...
Learn more about Seth Weaver through this quick Q&A session. Learn about his day to day and his dreams for the future of Weaver’s.
Weaver’s of Wellsville considers every member of our team to be family. In that family, the clear matriarch is Julie Williams.
A strange thing happens in the food world as soon as the grills are cleaned up from Labor Day Weekend: the people of Pennsylvania develop an insatiable desire for everything pumpkin flavored.
The Library of Alexandria was known to be the most massive collection of human knowledge in history, but a close second is the mind of our inventory control manager Kyle Smith.
Summer is finally here in central Pennsylvania. Walking around Wellsville there are kids playing in pools and sprinklers, horses seeking shade on a sunny day under their favorite tree, and the miserable, deafening, ear splitting cry of the Brood X cicadas.
Much like the most important part of a sports car is what’s under the hood, the most important part of a company are the guys and girls behind the scenes.
One of the often-repeated phrases from my grandfather (that can be typed into a blog without upsetting those with an aversion to profanity and innuendo) is “the kids need to work in retail”.
Recently I was hesitant about a social media post which showed a young cow looking at a pack of beef sticks.