Ray McCullough: Becoming a Helping Hand

Ray McCullough: Becoming a Helping Hand


March 27, 2020

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Ray McCullough didn’t grow up in the best environment and never saw a bright future for himself. But after hitting rock bottom and spending time in prison, he had a wake-up call. He realized if he just committed himself to work hard and change his ways, he could find a way to help the world around him. And entrepreneurship provided that path.

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March 27, 2020

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