Todd Lubar is the President at TDL Global Ventures, LLC and a Sr. VP at Legendary Investments. He attended Sidwell Friends School for his high school education and later joined Syracuse University where he graduated with a B.A in speech communication. He is a firm believer in surrounding yourself with people who challenge you and push you to strive for growth in every aspect of life.
Todd Lubar learned the value of money from an early age while he was while working at a grocery store while in high school. The experience also taught him the ethics of hard work he has to this day. Todd strives to be in the know about all aspects of his business. He keeps himself hyper-organized to be able to be a productive entrepreneur. Business is for the disciplined at the end of the day.
Todd Lubar has always focused his career on helping others achieve their dreams. With 20 years of experience under his belt in the real estate industry, he set out to do just that. His expertise in the business world helped him become the successful businessman he is today. He worked with the Crestar Mortgage Corporation from 1995 to 1999. He then joined Legacy Financial Group. While there he helped their Maryland office grow to a production unit of 100 million dollars per year loan volume.
In 2005 Todd Lubar decided it was time to take another step forward and he took up a job with Charter funding as a Senior Vice President, a position he held up to his departure in August of 2007. At this time the mortgage industry had undergone some changes, and Todd saw this as the perfect time to focus on helping people buy homes. He focused his efforts on purchase money mortgage.
As all good businessmen do, Todd Lubar diversified his businesses. Although a career in mortgage banking was his passion, he also got involved in entertainment, construction, demolition, and recycling industry. Todd Lubar is a shining example of hard work and determination. He has accomplished all this by being a trustworthy individual who communicates well and openly about his business. View Todd Lubar’s full profile on Linked In.
The new recycling center for Orange Coast College opened in August after over a year of construction. The old center was used by 250 to 300 individuals which has now shown an increase of 25 percent. More individuals can recycle with benefits including the acceptance of more materials and additional service bays and parking. The new facility took ten years to plan with $1.5 million donated by ASOCC, $500,000 by CR&R, and $5 million by Measure M. The facility offers showers for workers at the end of their shifts and a nice break room. Since a lot of the workers are students they can shower before attending their classes.
The center is attracting more individuals with utility bill inserts and assorted advertising. The recyclable’s accepted include paper, plastic, and used grease. Many individuals receive between $20 and $40 when they bring in their recyclables. Plastic goes to Perris, glass to Los Angeles, and Aluminum cans to Irwindale. The expansion of the parking area from 8 spaces to 45 has made a big difference and the center has been busy. The construction brought excitement from the students who visited often. Additional classrooms were built for resources management and environmental studies at the same time as the recycling center.
Orange Coast College is well known for their excellence in both academia and sports. The campus was created close to the beaches in Southern California in 1947. Each semester sees the enrollment of approximately 25,000 students. The campus offers a wide variety of career programs and is at the height of modern technology. Their nautical and educational programs in technology are a big draw for numerous students with both programs continuing to expand and thrive. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/orangecoastcollege/
Orange Coast College has an excellent reputation for their students advancing to prestigious universities and private colleges throughout the state. The college is a member of the Coast Community College District and offer classes in the summer, winter, spring, and fall. They have received accreditation from the Western Association of Schools. The college has made many upgrades including the construction of new buildings for the benefit of their students and their community.
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Youtube vlogger kim Dao recently went out to lunch and did a little shopping in Ebisu and Shinjuku. Her experience was quite interesting. She forgot to have her morning coffee so Kim Dao was able to purchase a warm coffee in a bottle from a local vending machine. She met up with Chris and Sophie for lunch and found an adorably small hot sauce and decided to get noodles without bean sprouts in them for lunch. She shares her lunch with her boyfriend. They hung out at a friends house and played smash brothers and had some ice cream after making a large online purchase. After hanging out at their friends house, Kim and Sophie went shopping at the mall. Sophie wanted to get some new round shaped glasses. In Japan when you buy your glasses you get them done in about an hour with your set prescription. There is very little wait time to start wearing your new purchase. They stopped and did some shopping on their way to another eye glass store and found some adorable sailor moon mirrors and some eyeshadow quads. Kim Dao and her friend Sophie also had a fun time searching through all of the new anime items at the novelty shop. Learn more: https://ideamensch.com/kim-dao/
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