Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
S.E.E. vendors select nutrient dense produce exclusively from Pine Knot Farms, a third-generation African-American enterprise north of Hillsborough, NC.Our prime objective is bringing you high-quality, certified organic collards, corn, sweet potatoes, and more.Orders will be taken through November 8 for delivery on the NCCU campus on November 14 and on November 16 from 4 pm to 6 pm at the Student Union. All orders must be pre-paid. Now accepting cash, check, and PayPal. Minimum order is four pounds of one item or combined. 40% of all net profits will be donated to NCCU scholarship funding.To place your order, contact LeDarrell Murray at 984-888-7049 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to check out our blog at www.ledarrellmurray.blogspot.com.Thanks for your support! Prices are as follows: Sweet Potatoes $2 per pound; Kale $3 per pound; Cabbage $2 per pound (4 pound min.); Collards $2 per pound; and limited Broccoli $4 per pound
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
The online storage tool I choose for Week 4 Discussion assignment for CIS105 (Intro to Information Systems) is OneDrive. I learned how easy it is to create a folder, create documents, upload pictures, files, and more on the browser. OneDrive is convenient and easy to use, especially if you don’t have the money for updated software and/or a computer. You can even create a code to Embed documents or folder information into a blog or a web page for people to view (see example blog below).OneDrive gives you the option of editing documents in the browser or on the desktop. Create and store files on the web, print to PDF, and share with other people. OneDrive lets you to create documents via Word Online, PowerPoint Online, Excel Online, and more. It is so convenient, you can create and store documents via your smartphone or tablet. All files can be downloaded to your computer. The site is user-friendly and requires little or no maintenance. The only requirement is Wi-Fi or Internet access.Finally, OneDrive is free to use. No need to purchase software, purchase a new computer, or upgrade an old computer.Click on the picture below for more information.
Monday, September 25, 2017
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Friday, August 4, 2017
Corn - 12 Ears of corn - $6.00/half bushel; Collards - $2.00/lb; Kale - $3.00/lb; Cabbage - $2.00/lb [2 lb min. head]; Sweet Potatoes - $2.00/lb; String Beans - $4.00/lb; Squash-Zucchini $2.00/lb; Tomatoes $3.00/lb; and
Muscadines (purple), Scuppernogs (green-gold) - $4.00/lb. Check Sustainable Eagle Enterprises or SEE FOODS BLOG on Facebook. Make payments through Paypal by logging into your PayPal account or by typing the words "Paypal" in the search engine box. You can also pay via cash or certified check by calling LeDarrell Murray at 984-888-7049 or by sending an email message to email@example.com. Finally, our company appreciates your allowing S.E.E.'s vendors to learn how to best serve each of you! Please fill out the S.E.E. Foods Customer Survey located on the this blog.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
GREETINGS!!! ALL RETURNING AND NEW S.E.E. CUSTOMERS!!! Will deliver the first 35 orders for customer pick up at the NCCU Student Union on May 10 from 4 pm to 6 pm. Must have at least 15 secured orders for guaranteed delivery on May 11 from 4 pm to 6 pm. Please pay via cash, check, or PayPal (Champs200b@gmail.com) by May 5. Prices for Spring Produce Vending at NCCU are: $2.00 per pound for Collards, Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes (orange, white or purple); $3.00 per pound for Kale; and $6.00 per pound for Strawberries. The limit is 35 orders per day.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Thursday, April 6, 2017
Prices for Spring Produce Vending at NCCU are as follows: $2.00/lb for Collards, Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes (orange, white or purple); $3.00/lb for Kale; and $6.00/lb for Strawberries.