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Watch Out For the Wolf!

Posted: December 6, 2017 by . Tagged

Tom Bonney and his friend, John Barefoot, who both work in land development at Kimley-Horn, got to attend the NC State vs. UNC game on November 25 as part of the “NC State Game Day Experience with Terrence & Torry Holt.” Tom purchased a raffle ticket and came out the lucky winner at the Holt… Read more »

Gordon Grimes’ Game Day Experience

Posted: December 21, 2016 by . Tagged , , ,

Imagine this — a behind the scenes tour of all that is NC State football with Terrence and Torry Holt. And it’s homecoming. And the Wolfpack take home the W. Gordon Grimes and his two sons, Will and Jacob, didn’t have to imagine this. It all started last January when Gordon attended our annual Holt Brothers… Read more »

An Internship for the Books

Posted: December 13, 2016 by . Tagged , , , , , , ,

As I wrap up a seven-month marketing internship with Holt Brothers, Inc., I’d have to say that I am nowhere near ready to leave. Between the incredible working culture and the constant supply of Peanut M&Ms, Holt Brothers is the place to be. Every day I spent here, I felt like I had a purpose… Read more »

Give as You Are Able

Posted: November 8, 2016 by . Tagged , , ,

Finishing an IRONMAN can make you feel a high, but giving back to others can make that high even greater — one that you can feel every day for the rest of your life. At first, I set out to complete an IRONMAN to show cancer that it couldn’t beat me, that I could do… Read more »

The Road to the Championship – Flag Football Style

Posted: June 10, 2016 by . Tagged , ,

The inaugural Holt Brothers Foundation Corporate Flag Football Tournament offered 16 teams a day of competitive fun and giving back. The energy was full-tilt. Players gave it their all, cheerleaders were supporting them and their tailgate crews kept everyone fueled up. But there was more to it. The Holt Brothers Foundation raised funds and awareness… Read more »

#WhyIKesem — Understanding the Magic of Camp Kesem

Posted: April 12, 2016 by . Tagged , , ,

By: Hunter Davis, Junior at NC State University + Founder/Director of Camp Kesem at NC State First, let me tell you a little about Camp Kesem. It’s a national not-for-profit organization that supports kids who have a parent with cancer through week-long summer camps. The camps are all student run and there are over 70 college… Read more »

Taking Forts to a Whole New Level

Posted: October 22, 2015 by . Tagged , , , , ,

During my career, I’ve worked on some pretty high-profile projects, including the Apple Store at Grand Central Station, a Tom Ford store in Chicago and the Tory Burch boutique in D.C. But my favorite project to date is a FORT. Sure I may have made some pretty solid ones as a kid, but I’m talking… Read more »

2015 Holt Brothers Football Camp — A Camper’s Perspective

Posted: August 11, 2015 by . Tagged , , ,

By: Malik Stephens, 10th grader at Garner Magnet High School Football camp with the Holt brothers was a place where I learned that dreams do come true and to never let somebody tell you that you can’t do something. The Holt Brothers Football Camp is not a camp where you just learn about competing and… Read more »

Why Philanthropy is Good Business

Posted: May 6, 2015 by . Tagged , ,

Philanthropy is part of who I am, and giving back to the community is a way of life for me and my brother, Terrence Holt. Through the Holt Brothers Foundation, we support children who have a parent with cancer. Our mission has a true purpose because we lost our mom to cancer. There’s no greater feeling,… Read more »

The True Value of Diversity in the Workplace

Posted: April 23, 2015 by . Tagged , ,

We all live and work in a global economy. With just a few clicks of a mouse, anyone can connect with individuals and businesses from all over the world. This globalization makes us more aware (and hopefully more informed) about the diverse cultures, customs, interests and perspectives that permeate our world. And, better yet, it… Read more »