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Patrick Vesey is a combat veteran of the US ARMY school of Infantry. He has a degree in Business Information Systems from San Diego State University. His wife Debbi is also his business partner, and his family consists of two children (ages 4 and 24) and three canine children (labradors). Patrick has been an entrepreneur since high school, beginning with the Junior Achievement program. He has a passion for taking the road less traveled by being a self starter and entrepreneur. It's this independent, free enterprise attitude that gives anyone the opportunity to live the American Dream that keeps my head spinning all night. There is something about being around independent business owners: the sense of accomplishment, the thrill of "just doing it", and planning the next big event, that provides a sense of adventure like the old wild west. Patrick Vesey has started many businesses, including a traditional brick and mortar retail store ("I hated just waiting for customers to come inside"),a computer consulting company during the dot.com rush, a manufacturing business, a traditional marketing business,and several others that didn't quite get off the ground. He is a distributor for a network marketing business, which he believes has the greatest potential for lasting wealth. Patrick has run several marathons, plus two ultra-distance races over 50 miles. Today, he bike rides 15 miles a day and 30 on the weekends. He enjoys swimming in his pool with his 4 year old daughter. He and his dad have restored many classic cars, and Patrick's current ride is a 1965 convertible Mustang. "Live and Give" is the theme: I want to see this country re-invent the Capitalist Free Enterprise system, get as many people as possible away from the corporate "cube" of compliance, and live outside the 9-5 box that never seems to have enough money, time, thrill, passion, challenge, reward, or opportunity. Who got us going on this "get a job" and work for someone idea anyhow?