Here Comes Cannonball!: Reflections on the 40Th Anniversary of Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air

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$15.99
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Xlibris Us
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96
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6.0 X 0.2 X 9.0 inches | 0.31 pounds
Language
English
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Paperback
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9781984551351
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About the Author

MARY JEAN ANDERSON Mary Jean Anderson is one of the most successful businesswomen in California. As Owner/President of Anderson Plumbing, Heating, and Air, she is a paragon of innovation and integrity. Since its founding in 1978, Anderson has grown the company to $30 million in annual revenue and 185 employees. Building the enterprise on three pillars - Commitment to Clients, Employee Expertise, and Quality Products - she is the driving force of Anderson Plumbing's promise that "Nobody Wows Clients Like We Do!" Anderson and her team have received local, national, and international recognition by the Better Business Bureau, Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling Contractors Association, and more. Her philanthropic work has benefitted Girl Scouts of San Diego, San Diego Police Foundation, and other organizations dedicated to cancer research, supporting our military, non-violence in schools, and natural disaster relief. She also serves on the Nexstar national Board of Directors. To learn more about Anderson's commitment to business excellence and community service, please visit www.andersonpha.com. A proud mother and grandmother, she and husband Bryan reside on a mountaintop in El Cajon, CA with their two dogs Lucy and Maddie. ALEX MONTOYA Alex Montoya is an award-winning author, international speaker, and academic consultant. As founder of A-MOtivational Communications, he delivers inspirational keynote speeches and has published four books: Swinging for the Fences (2008), The Finish Line (2012), See the Good (2016), and Wolfpack (2017). A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and the recipient of a personal development seminar certification from Harvard, Montoya is chair of the Board of Directors of the Gurmilan Foundation, which provides scholarships to individuals with disabilities. To learn more about his message of overcoming disabilities and other challenges, please visit www.alexmontoya.org. Montoya is a native of Medellin, Colombia, and resides in San Diego, CA in the hip neighborhood of East Village, among other artists, writers, and entrepreneurs.