From flipping burgers to the corner office: Nashville executives on their first jobs

February 09, 2015

[row][col sm_width=”10″ sm_offset=”1″]Nashville Business Journal by Eric Snyder, Assistant Managing Editor

Friday, December 28, 2012

Dan Hogan, CEO, Medlogix

What was your first job? In college, my roommate and I started a limousine company, so one of my first jobs was as a limo driver. We had a lot of fun and actually did pretty well with it. But, at the ripe old age of 23 we felt like the “oldest” guys in our college town so we decided to move on. We sold the company in exchange for $5,000 and a 1972 Porsche. The company, Bulldog Limousine, is actually still operating in Athens, Ga.[/col][/row]

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