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Thursday, August 05, 2010 19:05 | Eric Harrington
Here is a recent article written about me and our company in the university of phoenix focus magazine.


  • Tuesday, August 10, 2010 14:06 | Deleted user
    Congratulations Eric! Your success will be such an inspiration to all of those whose lives you touch!
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  • Thursday, September 02, 2010 19:02 | Chris Thayer
    Hi Eric,
    That is a wonderful article. I appreciate that you are sharing your business success as that holds the possibility for all of our veterans to realize they can succeed too. Sometimes they don’t see how their military skills can serve them in the civilian world and you just showed examples (in the article) on how you tied it all together. Keep up the great work and remember we all believe in you and appreciate you.
    God Bless, chris
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