Information About Perry Mandera and His Work

Perry Mandera has stood out to be a pioneer in the sector of transport. He is the founder of the Custom Cares Charities. Perry Mandera has invested much of his time in helping people in the community in various programs of the church and the matters related to the sports.

Perry Mandera graduated from one of the famous university called Chicago public high school in the year 1975 (Behance). He then became part of the team that joined the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. He was later appointed to serve the duty of driving the motor pool. The commitment that he showed in the field earned him an honor of Honorable Discharge from United States Marine Corps.

Perry Mandera then decided to venture into his business at the tender age of 23. The path that he took was the transport companies sector. The firm of Perry Mandera that put him on the map of the world was founded in 1980 and then sold it after five years. He then showed great interest in the arena of politics where he played a considerable role as a member of Republican Ward Committeeman in Chicago from the year 1984 to 1988. Perry Mandera held the position that he was elected in as the youngest person to ever serve in the post.

Perry Mandera then combines business with politics. In the year 1986, he started a company named The Custom Companies, Inc. The company was meant to serve many clients located in various parts of the United States. The company employed thousands of people. The headquarter of the Custom Companies, Inc was based in Northlake. There were several branches of the company in other areas of the United States meant to help the distributor of the company’s products to reach out to the clients. The efforts that Perry Mandera has put in the field of business made him appear on the list of “Top 100 American Transportation Executives of the Millennium” the courtesy of Illinois Transportation Association. He has further played an exemplary role in the community by donating resources to the charitable organizations to reinforce their missions in the field.