From the Ground Up by Dan Hoffler

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From the Ground Up is the journey of real estate magnate Dan Hoffler, a person from a very modest family, a kid with average grades and a big smile, who succeeded in business on the force of personality and a strong belief in himself.

Hoffler’s story is rife with life lessons on finding success, coping with controversy, and always enjoying life. He is a world traveler and big game hunter who tells of his harrowing pursuit of polar bear, rhino, and mountain sheep in some of the most remote and dangerous regions in the world. The book includes anecdotes from NFL Hall of Famer Bruce Smith, U.S. Senator Mark Warner and former Virginia Governor Doug Wilder.

About Dan Hoffler

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Dan Hoffler is a commercial real estate magnate whose Virginia Beach, Virginia company, Armada Hoffler, has built marquee office towers, hotels, and retail hubs in major cities along the East Coast. He is an outdoor enthusiast and marksman who has hunted big game on five continents. A graduate of Campbell University in North Carolina, Dan has served as a director on several state and private boards, including The Shaw Group, a Fortune 500 company. Joe Coccaro is executive editor of Koehler Books and a former deputy managing editor of The Virginian-Pilot newspaper in Norfolk, Virginia. In his thirty years as a journalist, Joe has won more than a dozen individual writing awards for business, investigative and news reporting. He is a graduate of Syracuse University.
Published April 1, 2013 by Koehler Books. 200 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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