Clearwater, Florida (PRWEB) October 11, 2013
In a move that surprised Pinellas County, Thomas P. Meehan of Clearwater, Florida announced that he would be opening his door to Pinellas County teens in search of a life in entrepreneurship.
The announcement was not the surprise, as Meehan is well-known locally for providing teens opportunities that fall outside the fast food norm. The shock came when Thomas P. Meehan issued a good-natured challenge to his fellow entrepreneurs in and around Pinellas County Florida, asking them to open their own office door to youth from around the county. The goal in the challenge is to provide the best and brightest opportunities they will not normally find in communities like Largo, Florida, specifically the opportunities for mentoring that so often spell success for a business owner.
Thomas P. Meehan of Clearwater, Florida has himself mentored thousands of teens over his twenty-five years as a private business owner. The young men and women Meehan has worked with have proved remarkably successful on the battlefield of business, many either becoming professionals or going on to open their own businesses.
Thomas P. Meehan of Clearwater, Florida hopes that his informal challenge to the entrepreneurs in and around Pinellas County will result in increased opportunities for mentoring for a youth population in search of a brighter tomorrow!
About Thomas P. Meehan.
Thomas P. Meehan is an entrepreneur from Clearwater, Florida, and is now celebrating his 25th year as a business owner. Businesses owned by Thomas P. Meehan have been successfully improving the quality of operations for a variety of small business owners worldwide, as well as improving the quality of life for individuals for at least the same amount of time. His holdings offer a range of services. Thomas P. Meehan of Clearwater, Florida plans to use his years of business acumen to provide the youth of Pinellas County unique mentoring opportunities, in the hopes it will open a brighter financial future for all.
This press release was drafted by Michelle Germann from It Takes a Geek (http://www.ittakesageeksocialmedia.com).