Ronald Fowlkes acted as the Co-Owner of First Spear and business development’s director. Ronald had his education in Army Jump a school that was prestigious. Ronald in the department of police he was a participant of the St. Louis. In his time as a marine, he was opened to spear for his first time which he got exposed to continuously, through his military course and his career of police. In development, design, and quality top gear delivery for police had good experience in that for over two decades. He acted as the manager of Development at Eagle Industries, business development manager at ITW, and military salesperson before he joined Firstspear.
Ronald Fowlkes’ work history and life.
Ronald Fowlkes in an interview explained how he started his business and what inspired him to start his business. He explained that he worked in the U.S. Marine Corps and used to come in their gear across First Spear equipment. He explains that it was designed well and that it lasted and made the rigors put through really well. He joined SWAT and saw the similar equipment and learned it was made in his hometown. He knew that he wanted to discover out extra.
He made money through going for market activities regularly and he attended shows of trade. He said that it is from the field that most of their business came. Ronald explained that for them to be profitable, FirstSpear had governments which were different and in place. There were industry contracts. They supported NATO together with state and local law enforcement. The showroom is one of the marketing strategies that they used and it worked via the word of mouth. Ronald said that his toughest decision that he made in the few months past was moving his family. Ronald aimed at having things done and was team leader made him successful.
In his interview ideamensch, he explained where the idea came from about his company. He said that his passions and interests led him to the company. He explained from an early age, he developed attention in the military. He sent several applications to get into the company but always disappointed him being told he was young. Two weeks after he was done with high school he joined corps and later went to police force. Ronald said he had to balance his office jobs and personal activities. He explained that he was pleased with how the industry had been driven into new tube technology and laser cutting.
He explained that focusing on customers was what made their business grow. Ronald Fowlkes couched a league for youth and was an enthusiastic fan of hockey.