CEO Neal Asbury

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Neal Asbury, CEO of The Legacy Companies, Inc., speaks to students about his experiences. This event is free and open to the public.
When
Oct 23, 2013
6:00 PM

The Legacy Companies is a diversified group of businesses either founded by or acquired by Neal Asbury, whichincludes Greenfield World Trade, a global trading company selling and servicing American manufactured products in over 130 countries.  Leading brands represented by The Legacy Companies include: Blakeslee, a leading world manufacturer of commercial food preparation and ware washing equipment; Excalibur, the world’s largest manufacturer of food dehydrators; General, a manufacturer of food preparation equipment; Zeroll, a manufacturer of high-end kitchen gadgets; Omega, a leading manufacturer of electrical kitchen appliances; and Maxximum, a leading brand of commercial refrigeration and ice machines.

When it comes to advocating on behalf of entrepreneurship and free enterprise, there is no one more passionate about these topics than Neal Asbury, chief executive of The Legacy Companies.  It’s no coincidence that he was the 2008 recipient of the coveted United States National Champion Exporter of the Year award.  He has published over 200 articles on global trade issues, and writes a weekly column for Newsmax.  He has been quoted in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and LeMonde, and frequently appears on cable television nationally and internationally, often seen on Fox News, CNBC, MSNBC, BBC and RT Network.

Each week Ashbury hosts the nationally syndicated talk radio show “Neal Asbury’s Made In America,” produced by Radio America. This has become a nationally respected forum for reinvigorating the entrepreneurial spirit that has made U.S. businesses the envy of the world in their pursuit of the “American Dream.”  “Made In America” features leading political and industry experts and is carried by more than 40 affiliates from coast-to-coast.

His book Conscientious Equity: An American Entrepreneur's Solutions to the World’s Greatest Problems, published by Palgrave & MacMillan, has quickly become a respected guidebook to help American manufacturers engage with the world on trade, fighting corruption, environmental issues and preserving human dignity

 

Lynn University's weekly CEO Lecture Series features prominent CEOs sharing their expertise. The CEO Lecture Series is presented by the College of Business and Management.

This event is free and open to the public.

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