Gwinnett business owner hopes to generate generational wealth with UPS store

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Channel 2′s Dave Huddleston talked to a Gwinnett County male, who caught to his desires of one particular day opening his have company.

Tecumseh Peete commenced out as a shipping and delivery driver for Mail Packing containers And so forth. He mentioned which is when the idea was planted to continue to be in the driver’s seat, and a single day own his individual organization. Peete drove the Mail Packing containers And so forth. truck for more than a 10 years — preparing for the long term and right up until he was prepared.

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“Oprah Winfrey explained, I think, ‘Luck is where preparing intersects with prospect,’” Peete reported. “You go through your company positions so on and so forth, and now, we had been at that intersection where I was geared up, and option arose,” he mentioned.

Peete opened a branch of The UPS Retailer retail store four years ago in Lawrenceville on Scenic Highway South.

The company reported Peete manages the business enterprise so very well that it is come to be a position new retail outlet homeowners stop by to understand how to get it ideal.

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“The most important thing to me is the preparing, and the focus to element that I furnished prior to opening this retail store,” Peete stated.

Consumer Howard Tiny said that he has employed other The UPS Retail outlet locations, but likes Peete’s the most effective.

“I was instantly drawn to Tecumseh. His temperament is incredibly warm and inviting,” Compact claimed.

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Peete said his goal it to keep his business enterprise and make it the greatest area.

“I can make that generational prosperity that was denied African Us citizens for so numerous several years,” Peete reported. “After 10 many years, I could re-up for a further 10 years, and at that issue, I seem to retire.”