Perry Mandera Wants to Heal the Wounds of Our Country

Perry Mandera has been involved in United States economics ever since he was a teenager. Once he was exposed to the topic, he became immediately infatuated with it. However, when he got out of high school, he felt he had an obligation to the US government that had given so many opportunities to him so Perry Mandera served as a Marine for several years before he settled down with his business career. For Perry Mandera, it was important to settle that which he felt he owed the world before he began to pursue his own endeavors freely.

 

Now that he has alleviated his burdens, however, Perry Mandera has been more involved in Illinois’s transportation industry than perhaps anyone else in the state. Specifically, he has been involved in their trucking industry. The reason he chose that field in particular is quite simple; growing up, he knew many people who worked endlessly hard to deliver products across the country via trucking and still did not make enough to make ends meet. To Perry Mandera, this is a serious problem in our country. He holds a huge amount of respect for the individuals who provide for their country by participating in shipping, as it is these individuals who power the transportation industry he lives off of.

 

Perry Mandera has been known to be very thankful towards a multitude of people and businesses who have helped him over his years of life. While some would rather remember all the negative aspects of the people around them, he sees a different opportunity. Where others will see an opportunity to hate, he will see an opportunity to build a bridge where one was burned before. In his mind, making connections with other people is the single most important facet of life, and if he is not constantly making an effort to do this with everyone he comes into contact with, he feels as though he is not doing his part in the world. Seeing all the conflict that has arisen within America in recent years has been heartbreaking for Perry Mandera, and he hopes to be able to mitigate, if not heal entirely, these deep wounds.

 

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