Ali’s personal work experience began with PlainJan’s at age 10. She was in charge of bagging parasite wasps used in fly control. By the age of 14, she was working daily in the feed yards, dispersing wasps throughout the pens, in charge of truck washing on weekends, and tagged, counted, and packed printed shirts, caps, and gloves in the winter after school. College and several jobs in Missouri and Texas provided Ali with good work experience before returning to western Kansas in 2005 to become a part of her family’s many businesses. Add a husband, a son-in-law, and a brother-in-law into the mix, and PlainJan’s has become a family-owned business. Jan’s husband joined the PlainJan’s team in 1992.
Jan Huck, President of PlainJan’s, also sits on the board of WKCAC.
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