I remember watching Brian Stann fight in the UFC, thinking it was so cool to see a Marine in the octagon. Now, I think its even cooler to see a decorated Veteran taking a leadership position that allows him to influence the lives of so many other Veterans and spouses. Brian is the CEO of Hire Heroes USA. They do amazing work with Veterans looking for employment and career advancements. They proudly claim more than 50% success rate for all users that register on their website. That’s amazing considering how many visitors come to the site “just to check it out.” Hire Heroes USA is positively affecting our economy and the Veteran community with the services they offer. Brian even offers his opinion on the upcoming Mayweather/McGregor fight.

About Brian:

Brian Stann is President and Chief Executive Officer of Hire Heroes USA, a decorated Marine, and a nationally recognized analyst for the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship).A Naval Academy football player and graduate, he served two deployments with 3rd Battalion 2nd Marines in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM and was awarded the Silver Star, the nation’s third highest award for valor, for his actions near the Al-Romana Bridge during Operation MATADOR in May 2005. Stann took over as President and CEO of Hire Heroes USA, which is headquartered in Alpharetta, Ga., in 2008 and has grown the nonprofit organization to a total of seven offices across the country. Under his leadership, Hire Heroes USA has built a national reputation of excellence and is recognized as a best-in-class veteran service organization by the USO, Call of Duty Endowment and the George W. Bush Institute.

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Published on Aug. 4, 2017

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  1. Helena Aparecida Maciel Ribeiro August 4, 2017 at 11:27 am

    Muito boa essa idéia, parabéns a todos.

  2. Eugene Stewart August 4, 2017 at 9:35 am

    Thank you Brian for doing a great job in helping Veterans find jobs and help them survive. Some need the jobs to survive and some need a push in the right direction. I am retired from being a Postmaster in the US Postal Service and was proud to put in my 34 years in the USPS. I am also a Vietnam Veteran and a US Marine. I spent 4 years in the Marines and 13 months 7 days in Vietnam. You keep up the great work and I will keep volunteering to do things for Veterans and all.
    Gene Stewart
    USMC Vietnam Veteran 68-69
    Semper Fi.

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