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Small Business Owner and Veteran Earns $20,000 Grant

david moorefield grant1Marine combat veteran, David Moorefield, CEO of DAK Resources was awarded $20,000 November 14th by Veterans Pathway. “This grant will allow me to expand my business development activities and create a significant level of jobs for Floridians throughout our state.” says Moorefield. In a ceremony at the headquarters of the Wounded Warrior Project, in front of a group of about 40, Moorefield explained his challenges on an off the battlefield. A 60% disabled veteran himself, David founded DAK resources in 2007.Their primary mission is to provide direct hire and temporary staffing opportunities for veterans as they transition to the private sector.

“David is a fine example of a soldier that continues to serve his troops through his business” said (RET) Joseph Taluto, Chairman of Veterans’ Pathway to Business Success.

About DAK:

DAK Resources provides direct hire and staffing services and our primary mission is to assist any and all military veterans as they transition from the military into private sector. Our secondary mission is to assist private sector individuals with employment opportunities. Presently the makeup of DAK’s team is 50% veterans; disabled veterans; spouse of a veteran or dependents of veterans, and the other 50% are private sector individuals.

About Veterans Pathway:

Veterans’ Pathway to Business Success ( a not-for profit)“Veterans’ Pathway” provides grants –that have no fees, no interest and no payback requirements – to combat Veterans of the war in Afghanistan or Iraq, who wish to start or grow their own business in the state of Florida.

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