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User:Pasquale Verona

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In 70 years I’ve learned a little about many areas of life. Areas I can write about: real estate, investments and Segways.

A quick summary:

College Professor, International College, Naples, Fl, Information & Technology.

I made lots of money in real estate development in Southwest Florida which is the only way I could afford the pay cut to teach.

Some media highlights are being interviewed and features on CBS-TV Evening News, Time’s Money Magazine, ABC-TV local and network, The Wall Street Journal, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Washington Post, Professional Builders and lots of other mediums.

Testified before US Congressional House Banking & Finance Committee.


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