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Eat Clean Bro Advises Don Bosco Business Students

Bridget Mulroy

Business students at Don Bosco Prep had first had experience learning about the future of clean food.(Neha Deshmukh/Unsplash)

On Wednesday this week, Jamie Giovinazzo, founder of Eat Clean Bro, visited Don Bosco Prep of Ramsey, New Jersey.

He attended a conference to speak to the students about business, leadership, and entrepreneurial insights. 

Some New Jerseyans may not know that the Giovinazzos (Jamie and Kayla) started Eat Clean Bro almost ten years ago with $300 and a dream. Today, the meal delivery service is the most elite (and craved) on the east coast.

Don Bosco’s business program invited the entrepreneur to be a guest speaker at their conference because of Eat Clean Bro’s clean build-up. The school’s LEO and DECA students had a golden opportunity to hear advice from the Eat Clean Bro’s founder.

Jamie Giovinazzo is not an alumnus of Don Bosco Prep. Giovinazzo attended Freehold High School – he welcomed the opportunity to advise the next generation on ways of carving a stake into the world.

In one Instagram post from Wednesday’s event, the administration at Don Bosco referred to Jamie as the epitome of a leader, “Jamie Giovinazzo, founder of Eat Clean Bro, embodies these three[qualities] (and so much more): persistence, passion, and honesty. ‘Always do your best!’”

The post told of Jamie’s meeting with Don Bosco’s Ironmen and asked followers to think of positive words associated with the concept of leadership.

The words “Always do your best,” are often devalued. It was the perfect choice of words when explaining a successful business to enthusiastic future business owners.

Putting your heart and soul into whatever you do will only result in the best possible outcome. If it’s not your best, it’s not good enough.

Founder of Eat Clean Bro, Jamie Giovinazzo, met with LEO and DECA students at Don Bosco Prep.(@DonBoscoPrep_Business/Instagram)

Jamie Giovinazzo, founder of Eat Clean Bro.(@DonBoscoPrep_Business/Instagram)

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Working formerly as a ghostwriter for a well-known New York magazine, Bridget Mulroy won two prestigious writing awards. As a writer, she takes a keen interest in topics that impact people's lives and will leave no stone unturned to share a story. Each of Bridget Mulroy's publications on the NewsBreak platform explores change and encourages readers to think beyond the limitations of the world they thought they knew.

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