Victor Klingelhofer Elected to the Executive Committee of VET-Force

Cohen Mohr partner Victor Klingelhofer was elected on December 11, 2012 to the Executive Committee of the Veterans Entrepreneurship Task Force (VET-Force).  VET-Force is composed of over 200 organizations and affiliates representing thousands of veterans throughout the United States, a high percentage of which are small businesses.  Its mission is to monitor the implementation of programs, agencies, and organizations under the Veterans Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Act of 1999; to present a strong unified veterans’ voice for virtually all of the major veterans groups and veteran entrepreneurs; and to advocate for opportunities for veterans, particularly disabled veterans, seeking assistance to succeed in small business and self-employment.

As a service-disabled veteran himself, Mr. Klingelhofer has been an advocate for numerous individual veterans and their businesses for many years.  He welcomes this new opportunity to further serve and protect the veterans’ community.

 

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