From War-torn Vietnam to Thriving Cabinetry Business: The Journey of a Vietnamese Refugee in Philadelphia

Johnny Nguyen, a man who left his home country during the Vietnam War, has built a successful business, DVR Cabinetry in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He left Vietnam with the hope of giving his children a better life and leaving behind the hardships caused by the war, food shortages and supply chain issues. After living in an immigrant camp in Malaysia and eventually moving to the United States, Nguyen started working various jobs while continuing his education.

Eventually, he started a printing business which allowed him to enter the construction industry. This eventually led to the creation of DVR Cabinetry in Northeast Philadelphia. Today, DVR Cabinetry is a thriving business with around 25 employees and Nguyen hopes to hire another 50 as his business continues to grow. He believes that his success is a testament to the American Dream and wants to inspire others by emphasizing the opportunities available in the United States. To learn more about DVR Cabinetry visit their website for information on their services and story.

Meanwhile in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Eric Tucker’s family lumber business has been operating for over a century. Tucker is the fourth-generation owner of the business and took up his family’s legacy after doing odd jobs around the lumber yard when he was younger. The lumber yard has been serving customers for over 100 years providing high-quality materials at affordable prices. They offer various products including lumber, plywood, roofing materials and more. Visit their website for more information on their products and services

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