We Support Our Veterans!

We dedicate personal time and resources to help Veterans above and beyond what we do on the podcast. I personally volunteer time to Project Transition USA teaching transitioning Veterans about LinkedIn and to Racing4Vets as their webmaster and Social Media Manager. The resources below should be a great help to our transitioning Veterans and all other Veterans as well. Clicking on an organization name or image below will open a link to their website.

Project Transition USA

We support Project Transition USA and its mission. Click the image to learn more.

Project Transition USA is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping transitioning military veterans & their dependents find meaningful and rewarding civilian careers! They assist transitioning military to use LinkedIn to network and find careers.

Click the donate button to go to Project Transition USA’s donation page.


We also support Racing4Vets and its mission. Click the image to learn more.

Racing4Vets is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit which helps service-disabled U.S. Military Veterans with PTSD, traumatic brain injuries and physical injuries by using motorsports as a tool. Racing4Vets has served over 600 Veterans since 2012 from chapters in Ohio, Florida, California and a network of Team Partners and volunteers across the U.S. Learn more at www.racing4vets.org

Operation Startup

We also support Operation Startup and its mission to help Veterans become entrepreneurs. Click the image to learn more.HCC’s Operation Startup is an entrepreneurship and innovation center offering free resources for military veterans and active duty services members, along with their spouses and civilian business partners.

Veterans Arts Center of Tampa Bay

We also support the Veterans Art Center Tampa Bay and its mission. Click the image to learn more.

The Veterans Art Center Tampa Bay 501c-3 is dedicated to providing opportunities for military and veterans to develop and showcase creative and artistic accomplishments. As veterans and their families transition to civilian life, the Veterans Art Center is supportive of their need for creative outlets as well as the need for economic opportunities.

Find A Mentor!

You can’t do it alone! If you want to start a business it takes knowledge, feedback, and help. A mentor can help you with all of these. Having someone to rely on who will keep you on the right path and not let you give up is critical to success. A great place to find a mentor is Veterati. I am a mentor there, I hope to talk to you soon -Pete