Ronald Fowlkes – Former Marine and Successful Businessman

For “former” marines, the mission to serve and protect is never over. Ronald Fowlkes is the Director of Business Development at FirstSpear. He also wears the hat of co-owner. His resume includes having graduated from the Army’s prestigious Jump School. He has also served in the St. Louis Police Department as a SWAT group member. He first affiliated with FirstSpear during his tenure as a marine. He found something special in the organization.

 

He marveled at the design and durability of the company’s equipment line. The equipment held up well under the toughest of scenarios. His interest really peaked once he learned that FirstSpear manufactures their equipment in his home town. He brought both military and sales experience to FirstSpear. His past placed him in a unique position to understand the company’s mission and what it needs to lead its industry. For more than two decades, Fowlkes has involved himself in the design and development of top-of-the-line gear for enlisted military and law enforcement.

 

As a spokesman and leader for the company, he loves representing the finest tactical gear on the market. His own experiences inspire him to make such a claim. The company makes much of its money through Department of Defense contracts, business gained in the field, and through trade shows and other marketing programs. The company can also add NATO to its list of affiliates. The company manufactures its products in America. Customer service is king for repeat business and satisfied customers.

 

Ronald Fowlkes is also a sports enthusiast. His medium blog offers some insights about his interests. OpenSports is an organization that organizes weekly hockey games for people in North Carolina. The truth is Fowlkes has something in common with everyone who realizes success. He focuses on what needs to get done and likely has a daily ritual that he follows.

 

No doubt, working with FirstSpear helps Fowlkes to feel balanced and centered. Having been a former marine, he likely keeps his body, soul, and mind in balance as well. He knows what focus and commitment is all about, and the good that it can cause in a person’s life.

 

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