Ken in a moment of levity, challenging the main gun on the British Chieftain tank. Passion and Compassion The Neal brothers fit into the off-road community deeper than you may see at first glance. We found they care about that community. They care about people in need and respond with charity. Twice in the past year or so they’ve donated $10,000 to a charity event for a young girl suffering from brain cancer. Time and again they’ve proven they can be counted on to support the community. People speak complimentary of the brothers, and they’re described as enthusiastic and just plain fun. Ask some of their employees (and we did) and you’ll find Ken and Gene to be well-respected by their work crew. Their employees describe the pair as smart, business-wise, and with a good dynamic between the two. We could tell their crew looks up to their bosses, and respect their work ethic in the business world, where they consistently strive to be best in the market and offer top-notch customer service. To us in the industry, they’re also helpful and an excellent source of diesel tech information. Paying respects to Jeff “Ox” Kargola after his passing. We asked the guys for the best advice they could give our readers who aspire to reach goals in life, be those personal or career. Their input was to take it a step at a time, be consistent in your actions, and go that extra step to push a good result to a great result. When we visited their gleaming new business location, we found a Thomas Edison quote they had purposely etched in glass on their conference room wall: “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” Thanks again for your contributions, Ken and Gene. Off the beaten path in one of the BulletProof Diesel chase trucks. « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Jay Kopycinski Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!