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War Veteran Runs Successful Limo Business

Posted on November 11, 2015

A combat veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is now running a growing limousine business that serves Northwest Indiana.

Former Indiana National Guardsman Joshua Seabrook got his start ferrying around soldiers who returned from war zones to be demobilized at Camp Atterbury near Indianapolis. Returning soldiers were outside of town with no cars, so Seabrook took them to pick up their cell phones, run errands, get tattoos or visit steakhouses and a nearby outlet mall.

Read the full story at www.nwitimes.com.

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