Johnny Nguyen, who fled his home country during the Vietnam War, has built a successful business and new life in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His goal was to give his children a better future and leave behind the hardships of war, food shortages, and supply chain issues. After living in an immigrant camp in Malaysia and working various jobs in the US, Nguyen started a printing business which led him to the construction industry. Today, DVR Cabinetry, his thriving business specializing in cabinets and countertops, employs around 25 people and hopes to hire another 50 as it grows. Nguyen believes that success is a product of the American Dream and wants to inspire future generations by emphasizing the opportunities available in the US. He feels that anyone who works hard can achieve their dreams. To learn more about DVR Cabinetry, visit their website for more information on their services and story.
On the other hand, Eric Tucker’s family lumber business in Delaware County, PA has a century-old history. Tucker is the fourth-generation owner of the business and took up the mantle after doing odd jobs around the lumber yard when he was younger. Today, his business continues to thrive and provide employment opportunities for many people in the community. Tucker’s story shows that with dedication and hard work, one can build a successful business and provide for their family and community for generations to come.