While this idea is not exactly the reinvention of the wheel, it is a journey into a previously unoccupied space. So then, what makes me the ideal guide for this journey? The rather unique background I have experienced has led me to desire this type of food enough to bring it to market myself. My grandparents spent time living in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Burma before moving to the U.S. Having been raised in the United States by their son and my Italian mother has made me a very American man with a very ethnic taste for food. When I was young, I grew up on foods from all over Asia as well as my mother’s spaghetti and (well-meaning attempts at) meatloaf. I learned quickly what I liked and what I preferred not to eat, and most importantly, I learned about flavor. Of all the foods I enjoy today, there is nothing quite like the flavors represented in Indian and Pakistani cuisine.
My professional career (after leaving the restaurant industry) has been spent in three roles: as a Banker in 2005, then Mortgage Consultant in 2007 and now as a Sales Manager in charge of a team of Mortgage Consultants since 2010. I have been successful in each endeavor thanks to a relentless drive, good decision making, uncompromising ethics, and a skill for solving problems and recognizing patterns. I also have a substantial social network across the country that I plan to leverage to help this project succeed. I plan on trying to maintain my employment because I find the resources and network I have available to me at a national lender and bank to be extremely valuable, and I will need that income to maintain my non-business responsibilities. Currently, I am in the process of looking for someone trustworthy and capable enough to manage the day to day truck operations.
Thanks for seeking us out!
(The Swaleh Family!)