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Our annual CEO trip to Amboy has finally happened, and it’s always a great day when you get to hear from a speaker like Nick Dinges, CEO of Dinges Fire. Nick’s entrepreneurial background started at the ripe age of 12 or 13, when he spent every penny he had buying a riding mower and mowing lawns over the summer. By his senior year, he had accumulated more than 75 yards and was making $40,000 per year. Nick has been a long time firefighter and now volunteers, and Dinges Fire allows him to still be in the frontlines of the fire industry without the physical strain. There are a lot of goals, including being ranked #2-3 in the nation and continuing with expansions, acquisitions, and growing his team. The class ended with 40 inspirational quotes that Nick lives by every day. Thank you Nick for welcoming the 5th class to your business.


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