May 2009
SGB;May2009, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p32
Trade Publication
The article presents information regarding Joe Earley, the chief executive officer (CEO) at Tifosi Optics Inc. Earley, who grew in a small town of Milledgeville, Georgia, worked weekends at the local bait and tackle shop. Earley earned a Biology degree from the University of Georgia, but returned to Milledgeville to work at a local boat dealership. After working more than a decade on the road as a sales representative, Joe started the family business Tifosi Optics.


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