38 LEADERSHIP | How veteran business owners are making a big impact. w/Travis McVey.

In this special edition of Business Owners Radio, U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Travis McVey, founder of Heroes Vodka, shares insights on his journey from serving as a Presidential Honor Guard from 1989-1992, to becoming a successful vetrepreneur.  Discover the remarkable impact that business owners can have when they have a mission that goes beyond making a profit.

About Travis McVey

Heroes Vodka founder Travis McVey can best be described with one word: devoted. An innovative and determined entrepreneur and father, McVey's mission to support veterans connects his passions of veteran advocacy, entrepreneurship, and people.

McVey is a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran who proudly served as a Presidential Honor Guard from 1989-1992. In 2009, he founded Heroes Vodka to help make a difference in the lives of the brave men and women who have sacrificed for our country. McVey is a member of NaVOBA (National Veteran-Owned Business Association) and author of "Heroes of the Stage: Country Serving Country."

McVey serves as a correspondent for Vets on Media and has been a keynote speaker at multiple Veteran Advocacy events, including the American Veterans National Convention (Memphis), the National Veteran-Owned Business Association Veteran Business Convention (St. Louis), the American Veterans (AMVETS) National Executive Committee Conference (Arlington), the American Veterans (AMVETS) California State Convention, Larry Broughton's Entrepreneur Uprising Event (Las Angeles), the Global War On Terror Wall Of Remembrance Event (Nashville) and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center.

About Heroes Vodka

Heroes Vodka was founded in 2009 by Travis McVey, a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran who proudly served as a Presidential Honor Guard from 1989-1992. An innovative and determined entrepreneur, Travis endured the life-changing tragedy of a good friend dying in combat in the War Against Terror in Afghanistan. The experience paved the way for Travis to realize the American dream of owning a business, a business that would enable him to continue to serve his country. Travis's vision was to develop a brand to partner with well-known Veteran organizations. His mission was to help Veterans get the care they deserve. With Heroes Vodka, Travis's dream has become a reality.

Heroes Vodka was first bottled on Veteran's Day, 11.11.11, a date that occurs only once in a century and epitomizes the rarity of this event. As the "Official Spirit of a Grateful Nation", the mission of Heroes Vodka is to deliver exceptional taste and superior value to consumers, while honoring Veterans and other American service organizations through charitable contributions.