The following are companies that are currently in operation and progressing forward. 

To learn more, please visit the company website.


MonetaPro is a sell-for-credit business-to-business exchange that allows companies to list goods and services for sale at prices they determine. Upon the sale of an item, the Company does not receive cash but instead receives an internal trade credit (called a GBUC- for general business usage credit) which can then be used immediately to purchase other goods and services from approved trade companies. The system utilizes leading-edge technology to deliver better efficiency, more liquidity, and trust to the industry.


MagMo, derived from “Magic Moments,” is a technology company dedicated to strengthening the connection between well-known brands and their social audience. MagMo has developed a software tool that creates short stories populated with pictures and text that brands can use to produce content designed for their existing social media markets. MagMo helps major brands, celebrities, and companies share this customized content and intensify existing relationships on Facebook, Twitter and every other social media channel. It promotes engagement, encourages conversation and brings brands and their customers closer together on a regular basis.

Thanks 4 Your Service

Have you ever wanted a simple way to say “Thank You” to a Veteran, Service Member or perhaps a Police or Fire person? Well, I have. And what I realized is a few things.

(1) I’m not the type to walk up and say “Thank You.” 

(2) I certainly didn’t want to walk up and act like I’m going to share their hand- nothing like looking as if you were drawing a gun on someone. And –

(3) There is no universal symbol for saying Thank You

Why is this important? Well, I had something happen to me on two different occasions while in New York City.

Combination of these incidents caused me to do something. You can see what happened, and why I wanted to start a movement.

My Blue Earth

What if it took you less than a minute to do something that could significantly increase the world’s supply of clean and fresh water? 

70% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water, but less than 1% is actually available for treatment and use. Water is the most precious, renewable resource but we are using it up faster than nature can replenish it.

Increases in human population, deforestation, global warming, basic necessities (i.e. food, clothing),  and general wastefulness all pose a significant threat to our ability to supply accessible clean water to human beings across the planet.