Penn State Business Panel

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October 2, 2019
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Penn State Business Panel

Penn State business panel

From left, Mustafa Bozoklu, Emin Halac, Guven Ekmekçi and Sam Buda attend Level Up Your Business at Penn State Brandywine, in Media, Pennsylvania on October 8, 2019. (Photo by Jen Samuel for USA Cabinet Store)

USA Cabinet store joins Penn State Business Panel

WEST CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA — October 9, 2019 — USA Cabinet Store CEO and Virginian resident Emin Halac, of McLean, shared his insight on entrepreneurship for Level Up Your Business at Penn State Brandywine, in Media, Pennsylvania.
Geared for entrepreneurs, students and alumni, Dr. Margaret Bernice Bacheler served as moderator for the panel discussion, held Oct. 8, featured four East Coast-based business owners.
In addition to Mr. Halac, panelists included Dr. Kim Nalda, owner of Rekindle Family Medicine, based in Wilmington, Delaware; Brooke Miles, owner of Delaware ShoutOUT, based in Newark, Delaware; and Johnny McCartin, owner of XeRo Media, based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
Motivational speaker Jacyln DiGregorio, a Brandywine Boost client and author of the new book “Stop Getting In Your Own Way” delivered the keynote address.
As a descendent of multi-generational entrepreneurs, Mr. Halac shared his thoughts on achieving the American Dream, noting it is attainable for those willing to invest in the effort.
A Turkish-American, Mr. Halac immigrated to the United States in 1996 as an ironworker for his brother’s company. Having lived and worked as a son of a blacksmith, he learned the challenges of a running a business during childhood. Mr. Halac soon realized the importance of never giving up and the power of achieving success through hard work, trusted partnerships and unwavering focus.
Indeed, his entrepreneur spirit has achieved “the impossible” with tireless determination. USA Cabinet Store was founded in 2011. Today this family-owned and operated business employees nearly 50 people. Its contemporary design centers and state-of-the-art showrooms span three states including Virginia, Maryland and Texas.