National Championship Air Races (Part 5)

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My company supports the Nevada Military Support Alliance (which does a ton of wonderful things for America’s veterans – and it’s not like some groups that eat up your donations with overhead). They had a dinner last night on September 11, and I was there with a number of people from the company including my Executive Assistant (daughter, Emilie), pictured right, who is working the company’s booth at the National Championship Air Races. It’s nice to be able to include family in what you do. Yes, it’s obvious that her good looks come from my side of the family. It’s also good for the company to set an example by giving veterans employment preferences. They give and we do (as a company) what we can to give back to them. They show character by putting themselves in harm’s way (even if the nation’s leaders are a pack of inept cowards) for all of us. The least we can do is to recognize what they do/did as best we can.
Ok, back to the Races!

8 thoughts on “National Championship Air Races (Part 5)

  1. Your Emilie is a beauty, and kudos to her for working with Dad, that is oft times not as easy as it sounds.
    I hope they in turn have thanked you for Your Service.
    Is that your personal paparazzi
    in the back ground?

  2. Emile is a plus where ever she goes.I also think it's great that your company stands up for veterans.

  3. Nepotism!!!!! It works GREAT in the private sector! It should be BANNED altogether in the public sector.

  4. Enjoy the races but remember, we're not at war with ISIL except that we are.

    Sorry, didn't mean to spoil the fun.

  5. Whoa! Your daughter is a KNOCKOUT! What a lovely photo. I'm also envious of that mans super white lens in the background. Be careful of photographic stalkers, Larry. They can't be trusted.

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