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Community Projects

ATR Active Military and Veteran Consultant is dedicated to empowering veterans and the community. We work to create a better tomorrow by using our skills and knowledge to serve our community in the best way possible. Our veterans are our backbone, and we are proud to harness their energy and expertise to execute community projects that benefit everyone. If you're a veteran looking for support or a community member with a project in mind, don't hesitate to reach out to us today.

Junior Varsity Head Football Coach

As a Junior Varsity football coach, I’ve always been passionate about positively enriching the lives of young men. This passion has allowed me to use my skills in coaching and mentoring to assist veterans in leading in their communities. I believe the skills learned on the football field, such as teamwork and leadership, transfer over to real life scenarios, and I use these principles to help veterans succeed beyond their service.

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Service Project Lead

ATR Active Military and Veteran Consultant is dedicated to providing support to veterans who are looking to make a positive impact on their community. With our team of experienced veterans, we provide consulting services in strategic planning, organizational development, and leadership training. We are proud to support the Heart and Armor Foundation, which supports veterans projects. Our commitment to the success of our clients is unmatched, and we are excited to work with other veterans who are passionate about serving their communities. Contact us today to learn more.

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Youth Baseball Sponsor

We are committed to giving back to my community. That’s why I sponsor Westside Little League baseball and support other community sports programs that inspire our youth to stay active. If you’re looking for a consultant who knows the ins and outs of business and cares about the community, look no further than ATR Active Military and Veteran Consultant.

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