Davis Recognized as Harps Supermarket Superhero

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Erica Davis, 18, was nominated by Waldron Harps Store Manager Stan Parsons as a "Supermarket Superhero" in honor of National Supermarket Employees week.

In honor of National Supermarket Superhero day, Harps Foods sought the recommendation of store managers across four states to recognize exemplary employees.

According to Sarah Thacker, Advertising Manager with Harps Foods, Inc., the Supermarket Superhero is a model employee who goes above and beyond to serve their customers.

Erica Davis, 18, was nominated by Waldron Store Manager Stan Parsons. “I have been in this business for 30+ years and can honestly say I have a once-in-a-decade associate working at our store. Erica Davis is a high school senior who was doing that balancing act before the pandemic hit. Now she has met and overcome the new challenges of the day. She has shown extreme loyalty throughout the entire year. Always working her shifts in addition to covering many, many others whenever called upon to do so. She is that go-to girl you can always depend on for anything. Erica is always pleasant, calm, and very professional in appearance. She has a respect for her elders, as well as all others, that is unmatched in today’s times. I would nominate her for Harps poster child.”

Store managers from all 115 Harps locations nominated an employee. Davis is one of two Harps model employees honored in the State of Arkansas. In appreciation, Davis was gifted a 65″ smart television. 

Davis, a senior at Waldron High School, has worked at the store for 18 months. In addition to working 30-40 hours a week after school and weekends, Davis has maintained straight A’s at school. Proud parents are Rick and Linda Davis of Waldron.

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Tammy Teague

Tammy Teague

Mansfield native, with roots in Scott County. Daughter, sister, wife and Christian. Education: 1995 MHS graduate; 1999 Arkansas Tech University Graduate - BA in Journalism. Career: Managing Editor - The Citizen; Copy Writer - Southwest Times Record; 20+ years experience in the news.

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