From War-torn Vietnam to Thriving Cabinetry Business: The Inspiring Journey of a Vietnamese Refugee in Philadelphia

Johnny Nguyen, a refugee from Vietnam, has built a successful business, DVR Cabinetry, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After leaving his home country during the war, Nguyen and his brother lived in an immigrant camp in Malaysia before moving to the US. Once in the US, he worked various jobs while continuing his education. Eventually, he started a printing business which led to his entry into the construction industry. Today, DVR Cabinetry is a thriving business with around 25 employees and Nguyen hopes to hire another 50 as it grows. He believes that anyone who is willing to work hard can achieve their dreams and wants to inspire the next generation by emphasizing the opportunities available in the United States. To learn more about DVR Cabinetry and their services, visit their website. On the other hand, Eric Tucker’s family lumber business in Delaware County, PA has a history that spans over a century. Tucker is the fourth-generation owner and took up the mantle after doing odd jobs around the lumber yard when he was younger.

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