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14: From GOING To Work At 16 To FINDING His Niche For A Successful, Thriving Business | Greg Bell | HB Rehab

Be Inspired | Do Good:

Greg Bell, co-owner of HB Rehab, is a proud Roanoke native that grew up with parents working hard to provide for his family.   He’s a 1st generation entrepreneur that has built a thriving business from the ground up.

From a steel plant at 16 to the Marine Corps to being a customer service representative for a Local DME (durable medical equipment) company, Greg has not taken any shortcuts to get his business to where it is today.  HB Rehab’s foundation is founded on Christ, a focus on real, genuine relationships with customers, and going the extra mile to consistently exceed customer expectations.  Greg says, “I really still love going into the facilities and seeing my products making a difference in someone’s life.”

True to Greg’s genuine heart, when asked for a few tips to help a business owner succeed, he said, “find a niche that you do well and get better than you think you; find a great mentor; be nimble; and surround yourself with people smarter than you.”

 

 

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