For Ronald Fowlkes, life never slows up. This former marine, police officer, and SWAT member has now taken a different leadership role as the co-owner of FirstSpear. FirstSpear is a production company that produces tactical goods and wear for the service, government agencies, business partners, and the common consumer. Ronald stumbled upon the company through his years of service to both the military and the police department. Most of the gear he was given to perform his duties had the FirstSpear insignia placed on it. Ronald used his FirstSpear gear to help assist in executing tactical missions and in his day-to-day work life. Putting this equipment through the rigors of product testing, Ronald knew it was a brand that he could trust and stand behind.
The entrepreneurial side of Ronald broke out after his service time, where he gained first-hand knowledge to the ins and outs of sales and marketing. His continuous drive led him to partner with the brand that he had trusted with his past professions. The first-hand experience with this gear allotted him the opportunity to provide helpful insights into areas of improvement and match potential partners to the company in quick fashion. Ronald took his self-taught knowledge of the product and helped mold the company into the powerhouse seller it is today. The company continues to explore new avenues and new partnerships. Their contracts are growing daily, and their workload is kept stable. With Ronald helping to lead the charge, the future is bright.
Ronald is also an avid writer and enjoys pursuing write-ups on his favorite sport, hockey. His blog details some of the top stories extending from the NHL to the Olympics. His insight and detailed analysis help showcase additional talents in his repertoire. Ronald credits his success to the company that helped him through some of life’s greatest obstacles and he will continue to fight surmounting pressures and situations with the best tactical gear the market has to offer. Practice what you preach and you can construct a life worth writing about