My name is Samuel Pierrelouis and I am writing to convey my interest in the Go Fund Me program, gifts, grants and contributions that will assit me in my startup scooter company. I have always been an individual with a vision to lead and make a difference. Not allowing my past circumstances of losing my parents at the age of 19 and fighting to get custody of my three hinder me. I channeled all my energy and focus on school, family, volunteering and being a positive role model to others. It wasn’t always easy working two jobs and going to school full time. But because of my faith I was able to overcome all obstacles and continue my education.
Though some may say I have been successful in achieving my goals, I still have a long road to go to where I need to be. The most important goal that I have accomplished thus far is achieving my bachelor’s Degree in Economics with a minor in Business Administration at Rollins. My long term goal is to start my own transportation company for college students (currently in the works). The path I am going in life will help me to play an integral part in the global economy today. I will be able to make a difference and live out my vision, not just here in the USA, but worldwide. The funds is the missing and most integral component to the ingredients of my success. My mother always told me, it there’s a will, then there is a way. Although I do not have my mother here today, her teachings are with me forever and it has given me strength to continue in my relentless strive for success. So I am asking if you can help with this process with your contibution to fulfill my dream. I cant do it alone.
Lastly I would like to know if there is anything the donors can do to help in any kind of way as well that you be very helpful. And if I am given a chance I will do the rest. I thank you for taking the time out to read my post and look forward to the opportunity to meet with you in the near future to further discuss my plans. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
Sam Pierre Louis