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  • Thursday, January 20, 2011 16:02
    Message # 504280

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    The topic of this post is a subject near and dear to my heart.  Not only because there are a ton of them out there, but because for awhile I have been one too!

    You see, for over a year now I have been begging and pleading with people to come to this site and join for free.  I have been asking businesses to join and help us help Veterans.  I have been speaking to elected officials to ask what they have done for a Veteran lately.  However, I was remiss in my duties as Vice President of the Southwest Veterans Business Resource Center in that I was not actively participating in the most important link we have to the community at large...this website!

    So, I promise you that I am back and will be posting my thoughts on this blog at least once a week.  You may not like some of what I have to say, and thank God we live in a country that allows us to disagree!  I will be challenging you all to step it up and invite new members.  Your network can reach alot farther and wider than you think.   So please step it up and stop being a hypocrite, I did!

    Chip Dykes

    CWO3 USMC-Ret

    Vice President, New Business Development

    Southwest Veterans Business Resource Center

  • Friday, January 21, 2011 09:37
    Reply # 504664 on 504280

    I recruited two new members yesterday.  Where are your two?

  • Thursday, July 04, 2013 20:22
    Reply # 1333490 on 504280

    I got two new folks to join our community on this great day!

    Continued Success,

    Luis Casillas         

    P.S. If my success depended on five minutes of your online-time, would you give them to me? Click here and show your support by commenting. 


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