My name is William A. Reichardt and I am a product of Midwestern values. We now live in Shepherdstown, WV. <br /><br />After Stanford graduate school, I joined Chrysler and six months later Uncle Sam sent me “an invitation I could not refuse.” <br /><br />I returned to Chrysler and worked my way to positions in Puerto Rico and London, England. <br /><br />My subsequent work has involved fundraising for a university; acting upon a lifelong interest in high performance cars by selling Porsches, Audis and BMWs ); and additional nonprofit fundraising for a special museum in Oregon and a local theatre renovation. <br /><br />I became VP for Business Development at Summit Point Raceway in Summit Point, West Virginia, 75 miles northwest of Washington, DC. Summit Point’s training division, BSR, is a dominant force in advanced driving techniques for the federal government, law enforcement and specialized instruction for new drivers. I taught students from the White House, the State Department, various military branches, the Supreme Court, and the Federal Reserve System, among others. <br /><br />Since leaving Summit Point, I’ve looked into numerous opportunities. <br /><br />After exhaustive investigation into the world of working from home, I came upon the perfect fit for the kind of special opportunity I’d been seeking. Another thing I like is that success is up to me and not some stroke of luck; the company’s support is so abundant that it truly furnishes all that you can possibly need to make a go of it. <br /><br />Married to Judith for 25 years and with a 20-year-old daughter, Alanna, my family means everything to me. Sam, our yellow Lab, is part of our family. Long ago I realized that one of the best reasons to be alive is to have the company of a good dog. Our old guy, Ben, is a pure Arabian who at almost 27 is still handsome. I like to travel as well. I’ve been in all of our states and close to 40 countries around the world.