Family Trust Agreements, Community Giving Spotlighted in New Family Enterprise USA Video with Commercial Realty Firm Thompson Realty, Lincoln, Neb.
The struggles and successes of starting and transitioning a multi-generational family business, and giving back to communities, is never easy. This story comes to life in a new video released by Family Enterprise USA. The video is hosted by Pat Soldano, President of Family Enterprise USA. In the interview, Kent Thompson, President of Thompson Realty Group, Lincoln, Neb., details how his 33-year commercial realty company grew from its small Nebraska beginnings to owning and operating 60 commercial buildings from Denver to Chicago. His family has developed unique plans for transitioning to the next generation, and how they give back in Third World countries.
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