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I Can Fix America

ISBN: 9780984780105
Binding: Paperback
Author: David Duley
Pages: 136
Trim: 7.5 x 9.25 inches

If you are like many Americans you are deeply concerned about our country's future. A dysfunctional and destructive political environment an epidemic of poor corporate stewardship and a culture of unhealthy lifestyles both physically and morally have created a recipe for disaster. The America that thousands of brave men and women died to protect is in jeopardy.

Generations of the past were called upon to fight for our way of life through war and financial sacrifice. Now it is our turn to grab the bull by the horns and fix America. This is our call to duty.

I Can Fix America is a simple book that will save our country. Inside it you will find 52 common sense ways that you can make the United States great again ideas that any one of us can put to work today. Gone are the days of waiting on government business and unions to "do the right thing." They have proven themselves incapable of rising to the occasion. It is solely up to you to make it happen in your life your community and your family.

This book will get you started. Inside are only words. We've seen what only words can do and it's not pretty or productive. The difference will happen when you use these words to fix America. It's not about talk it's about action. I Can Fix America.

 

David Duley originally from Flint Michigan has called Atlanta his home since arriving to attend school at Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business. David’s first entrepreneurial adventure started during the dot.com boom when he tossed his hat in the ring by starting The Handyman Network Inc. a unique service that would allow customers to find qualified contractors for their home improvement projects with just the click of the mouse. While at The Handyman Network David invented "Handyman In a Can™" the first way home improvement retailers could sell installation services as a product right off their store shelves.

In 2003 David started Triad Ventures LLC a real estate investment firm specializing in the investment of bank and government owned assets…this company is especially busy these days with all the distressed property on the market. David also founded PEARL Protected a company that brought to market the worlds first permanent escape ladder system for 2 and 3 story residential homes apartments condos as well as student and military housing. The PEARL escape ladder has been featured on The Today Show Good Morning America Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and numerous other national media outlets. PEARL has also won the Home Safety Council Award for product Innovation LBM magazines top 20 new building products of 2006 as well as Building Magazines 2006 product of the year award.

On July 1 2009 PEARL was licensed to Werner Ladders to bring the permanent escape ladder to the masses. Werner Ladders (www.wernerco.com ) is the world’s largest ladder company with over 70% market share in the US with growing markets in the European Union and Mexico. Until their partnership with PEARL Werner ladders had never had an escape ladder product. David is also co-owner of a successful restaurant in midtown Atlanta called The Nook on Piedmont Park. The Nook’s patio was ranked #2 by Creative Loafing magazine Atlanta. It’s a great place to relax and have tasty award winning food and drinks. David’s latest project is I Can Media LLC. This company will release on December 31 2011 the self published book titled I Can Fix America: 52 common sense ways YOU can make the United States great again. This book and subsequent website will help empower Americans with simple tools and ideas that can help restore America for generations to come. David was appointed by City Council to serve on the Board of Ethics for the City of East Point GA in 2009 and recently rolled off the Board of Directors for Jerusalem House in Atlanta Georgia. (www.jerusalemhouse.org ) which houses over 50% of permanent housing for the homeless living with HIV/AIDS in the Atlanta metropolitan area.

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