Jerry Beerman grew up on the West side of Cincinnati and went to Elder High School. Jerry’s family instilled the idea of working hard to him from birth.
School was not one of his favorite activities, however. Jerry got the work done and graduated but he found a true passion in tennis. Not only did he enjoy playing tennis, but it became one of his early entrepreneurial ventures as he started teaching tennis lessons through school and after he graduated.
Jerry has always been the type of person to seek out new opportunities. One day he was sitting in a drive-thru line at Burger King when he noticed that every car seemed to drop oil at certain places in the line. That would leave quite a stain in the pavement over time. So, he did what any person looking for opportunity would do: he asked for the manager and worked out a deal to clean it.
Though he has started and been a part of many businesses and even a church, he found his latest passion at Alluring Glass, a company that makes custom fit shower glass and mirrors. Jerry will tell you the only tool he knows how to use is duct tape but in reality the greatest tool he has is his desire to mentor employees and other business owners.
He realized that every business owner goes through the same struggles as him so why not build a community that can help each other out? His dream is to see a ripple effect of positive change in the business community where people are finding their tribes and getting involved in their communities.
To find out more contact Jerry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or follow him on Instagram at: alluringglass
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