Brandon A. Rodriguez
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Brandon A. Rodriguez. (Born July 17,1995) is an American businessman, investor, and former semi-professional soccer player for the New York Red Bulls Youth Team. Brandon serves as a technical advisor on the boards of private companies, such as America Domani. He is the co-founder and owner of Flow20, a digital marketing agency that offers SEO, PPC, and social media advertising services for effective lead generation.
Brandon is dedicated to helping enterprises achieve their goals and is always looking for new ways to solve problems and improve performance, whether that’s the business he’s consulting, his company, or himself. Brandon Rodriguez is a highly accomplished individual that values contribution, hard work, and extreme ownership. He believes in building wealth in order to affect positive change in his community. His life mission statement is "Building a future that is worth getting excited about." As an all-state varsity soccer player in high school, and captain of the Red Bull's Youth Club U-15 team.
Brandon Rodriguez is a graduate of Stonybrook University, where he studied Economics. After working in mortgage at securities at a boutique firm, he realized that he worked too hard and cared too much to work for anyone else, so he left to start his own office cleaning company. After three years, he sold the business to a competitor. Brandon then went into digital marketing, where he realized many of his clients needed help with more than just cleaning their offices.
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