I Sold A Car To An Angel

I Sold A Car To An Angel

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In this business book, Alex Kunevicius offers an inside look into what many considered impossible – inventing a product and starting a company with little/no money, then growing it into an international success. Some might call it luck. Even Alex himself might attribute it partly to Divine intervention. But one thing is for certain, Alex proves over and over that determination, hard work, and prayer are repeatable ingredients for success. His commonsense approach to business keeps it simple and leaves the reader inspired and empowered to pursue their own dreams.ALEX KUNEVICIUS, a retired WWII veteran having survived 585 raids in the South Pacific, is still demonstrating what it takes to be a faithful businessman, entrepreneur, husband, father, and community patriarch. At 101 years old, Alex still mentors and lives in Independence, OH with his beautiful wife Freda. More info →
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My Sea Stories: The Turbulent Years of the 50’s – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

My Sea Stories: The Turbulent Years of the 50’s – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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This is the story of the Filipinos who were recruited into the United States Navy in the 1950s as the Korean War was on its height. The loyalty of the Filipino people during the Second World War and the Korean War was proven by their true allegiance, by giving their blood and guts to preserve the freedom and liberty of these two countries. Remember - the Corregidor Island and the Famous Bataan Death March? Hundreds of American Servicemen and Filipinos patriots died and buried in Fort Bonifacio during the Second World War. The people of the Philippines considered these places as a memorial and sacred ground in honor of the men who died to protect these two countries - the Philippines and the United States of America. More info →
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