Vi-Tel Recognizes Youngest Business Owner to Reach National Sales Executive Jesse Redd

 Vi-Tel Wireless, LLC (Vitel) and its corporate leaders congratulated Jesse Redd, earlier this month, for being the youngest Business owner to achieve the prestigious rank of NSE.  Although Jesse is a newcomer to VI-Tel, he has been in Network Marketing since he was 16 years old and has become one of the top Latino leaders in the network marketing industry.

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Jesse Redd also known as Mr. Entrepreneur is a true young serial and global entrepreneur. He is all about Determination, Commitment and Coach Ability.  He was born in Colima, Mexico where his real name is Jesus Rojas; began attending British Private Schools at the age of 2. He attended British College and Institute of Cambridge for 11 years.[i]

After dropping out of High school, Jesse started his first company at age 15. He has since owned brick and mortar businesses, online businesses, and has participated in multiple business coaching and training seminars focusing on young Latin entrepreneurs leading the charge in Latin Market expansion for Vitel.

Even at a young age, Jesse has embraced the practice of Philanthropy and giving back by working with several charitable organizations and development groups.

Jesse is building a powerful organization alongside his mentor and sponsor, Brandon Ivey.  Brandon was promoted to NSE in his first 60 days and has the fastest growing organization in Vitel.  He has helped promote 15 NSEs and 3 RVPs and was able to retire from corporate America in 3 and half months with Vitel at the age of 36.

Vitel promoted the first 3 Business Owners to the elite position of Regional Vice President last month; Curtis Cross, who was the first to achieve this honor, followed by Brandon Ivey and Reginald Stinson.

When asked, COO, James Pearson replied, “We built this company so everyone could experience a level of success.  So it is not surprising to see someone with Jesse’s experience, determination and skills rise to the top.  Jesse is a great leader and industry professional, who is respected by everyone in the Latino community and we are honored to have him help lead our way into the Latino Markets.  Brandon, Curtis and Reginald are top industry performers and we are excited to have them reach the levels they have in such a short period of time.  We look forward to helping others experience the same level of success throughout Vitel.”

ABOUT Vitel:

Vitel is a leading direct sales company for Home Services and Benefit Protection Plans.  Vitel is the destination for the best priced wireless products, home services and innovative cell phone reseller programs.  Vitel provides business owners their own website to market and sell their products as well as built large teams of entrepreneurs.  The system provides online home services stores that enable customers to buy directly from business owners replicated websites without having to pay membership dues or becoming an authorized business owner of Vitel.  The availability of all products being located on each business owners’ site gives their customers more choices in one place.  One major goal of Vitel is to create a one-stop shop for all wireless, energy and home service needs along with first rate benefits programs.  The company also provides sales tracking, training, support, direct deposit, and many other business related tools to its network of business owners.  Vitel delivers a one of a kind turnkey online business instantly to its new business owners.

For more information visit www.vitelwireless.com or by phone (877) 778-8997

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8 thoughts on “Vi-Tel Recognizes Youngest Business Owner to Reach National Sales Executive Jesse Redd”

  1. Troy,

    Thank you so much again for this recognition. It is truly an honor to be on your site and be mentioned in such a prestigious and respected website. I am excited about Vitel, it’s getting better and better. And I look forward to helping create many more success stories, helping young entrepreneurs and leading the Latin Market expansion.

    Thank you for being a positive and professional voice and image of the industry and I wish everyone in the industry the best of success in their respected opportunities, Happy Holidays and New Year 2013!

    Jesse Redd aka Mr. Entrepreneur
    jr@vitelbusiness.com
    (661) 717-1761

  2. I forget to say Congratulations to Jesse Redd for his hard work and thank Brandon Ivey for making Jesse move up. Keep up the good work you guys.

    -Rogelio

  3. Congrats to Jesse Redd for blazing a path of undeniable success. You are an inspiration to all of your peers. Also it you have provided more proof that mindset and consistent action promoting the correct business will drives you to where you want to be in your life.

    As always Troy, good info and I appreciate you exposing the achievement s of positive role models in our industry.

  4. Congratulations Jesse you are an inspiration to people who want to achieve the same success that you now have. Keep on doing what you are doing and I will see you at the top.

  5. Great article Troy. I am very proud of Jesse and I enjoy watching his growth. I had the privilege of watching him start off just like everyone else. And when all the other people quit he just kept pushing forward.

    He did not have it easy and was not given a hand out. He struggled just like everybody else. He just kept pushing forward and learning from the setbacks and look at him now. This is just the beginning.

    I think the network marketing community will be hearing a lot from Mr. Jesse Redd in the future!

  6. @Rogelio,

    I do not use them for my cell service, but I do use them for my wireless hotspot. When I travel, I use the ViFi Hotspot. Since I have a contract with AT&T for my service and have all my family on it, I will not be switching to any other service until my contract is up.

  7. Hi Troy. do u use this service for your cellphone or other products that they offer?

    please tell me your best opinion. im all ears and feedback 😀

    i never use a cellphone before or at all. this could be good for me.

    -Rogelio

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