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Governor Scott Recognizes Logan Skees with Young Entrepreneur Award

Nov 08, 2017

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet, Governor Rick Scott recognized Logan Skees, 25, with the Governor’s Young Entrepreneur Award. Skees, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, co-founded Trainerspace with his two partners, Cary Reichbach (U.S. Army Veteran) and Chris Brown, after completing the Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program in 2016. He currently serves as Director of Business Development for Trainerspace, a veteran owned and operated personal training studio in Boca Raton.

Governor Scott said, “I’m proud to recognize Logan with the Young Entrepreneur Award today for his hard work to grow Trainerspace. I would also like to thank him for his service in the military. Florida is one of the best states in the nation for veterans, and we’ll keep working to ensure our brave service members like Logan have every opportunity to succeed in our state.”

Trainerspace co-founder and Director of Business Development Logan Skees, said, “I’m beyond grateful to receive Governor Scott’s Young Entrepreneur Award today. Empowering our clients at Trainerspace to reach more of their full potential through both safe and effective personal training is an absolute privilege. I am honored to continue my service to this great nation through combatting our greatest adversaries: obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. Semper Fi.” 

Veterans Florida is a non-profit corporation created by the State of Florida to help veterans fully transition to civilian life in the Sunshine State.  They connect veterans to employers, grant funds to employers to hire and train veterans, and educate veterans on how to open their own businesses in Florida.

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