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Tag: AFP Foundation
I am just starting to catch up from this weekend's big to-do in Orlando, and I thought it important to mention that one of Michigan's own was honored for doing what is THE reason for prosperity.
Building a business and creating wealth for so many.
AFP Michigan's Scott Hagerstrom wrote Saturday:
"Freedom, Family, Hope and Reward--these are the founding principles that are carved in stone in front of the Amway Headquarters in Ada, Michigan--and Rich lives them each day through his organization.Seen in the photo from left to right: Scott Hagerstrom, Rich Devos, and AFP President Tim Phillips
I have never seen Greg Gutfeld like this.
Non stop laughter was a great way to wrap up the Defending The Dream Summit, and "the five's" Greg Gutfeld amidst his wisdom and candor, kept many of us in tears non stop.
AFP State operations Teresa Oelke introduces Greg first. Enjoy.
C'mon back meow yall.
Clarity is not a problem for this guy.
I was fortunate to be present for this speech and another I will post later at the Defending the Dream Summit in Orlando. Bill Whittle starts and ends his speech with pop culture, and all that lays between is brilliant and insightful.
He sets the bar a worthy level.
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