Born in 1975, we lived across the street from my Grandma on 2nd street in Seal Beach where I spent time doing puzzles, playing in the yard or walking in the beach after storms to collect tennis balls. Like any kid born near the beach, I loved making sand castles, boogie boarding, surfing and fishing back when Seal Beach still had a fishing boat that left from the pier. I have so many great memories of being out on the ocean with my Dad, the smell of the salty air and stinky bait all over the place. A dream come true for a young boy living in southern California! After working at several local restaurants including Captain Jack's and O'Malley's on Main I decided that my career was going to be pursuing real estate sales in my home town of Seal Beach. My career decision stemmed from my love for Seal Beach and the desire to share our lifestyle with others. Being a local business owner also gave me an acute sense of the interconnectedness of the other Seal Beach businesses. It seems like nearly all business that is conducted in a small town is done via word of mouth, thus my focus as President of the Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce. In addition, I have run Meetup groups, networking organizations and even teach seminars. A large part of what I do and who I am revolves around supporting local businesses and reciprocating business. When I'm not selling homes in the community, you can usually find me at one of the local businesses on Main Street for a meeting or enjoying dinner. I look forward to meeting you in the near future – see you around town!
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