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Endless Caravan: Celebrating Our Nation’s Veterans

American Dream U is on a six-week #EndlessCaravan road trip in an Airstream, visiting military bases and veteran-owned businesses across the country. Founder Phil Randazzo shares about ADU’s time in Fort Hood over Veterans Day weekend! Phil Randazzo, founder of American Dream U, back here for week two on the road for Airstream’s Endless Caravan! As I mentioned last week, ADU is an organization dedicated to providing educational tools and mentor support to military members and their families across the country who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life. For over 15 years, ADU has brought in some of the world’s

Endless Caravan: American Dream U Hits the Road

American Dream U (ADU) hit the road for our #EndlessCaravan last weekend! They’re traveling to military bases across the country, educating veterans about employment opportunity and sharing the stories of people they meet along the way. Below, ADU Founder Phil Randazzo gives an inside look at the first week on the road in the Airstream. Our nationwide Airstream #EndlessCaravan tour began this week in Nashville, Tennessee! My wife Jennie and I have officially hit the road in our Airstream, accompanied by our dog Gigi, who is an emotional support service dog, with an emphasis on military support. While in the

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Endless Caravan: Introducing American Dream U

Military entrepreneurship group works to help veterans transition back into civilian life Just in time for Veteran’s Day 2018, American Dream U will hit the road on the next leg of our Endless Caravan. They’ll tour the eastern half of the country, stopping at military bases along the way to help educate veterans about employment options as they transition back into civilian life. Founded by Phil Randazzo, the non-profit American Dream U was created in an effort to bridge the gap between military and civilian life through career, business, and professional development. “We provide a whole arsenal of tools –

History Spotlight: The Airstream Funeral Coach

From a mobile office for John F. Kennedy to a quarantine facility for astronauts returning from the moon, Airstreams have been used for a variety of purposes throughout the company’s history. In the spirit of Halloween, we decided to dive into one of the spookier – and lesser-known – products in Airstream’s history: the Airstream Funeral Coach. Yes, you read that right. In 1981, Airstream introduced a modified motorhome known as the Funeral Coach. It could transport 14 family members, a casket, and up to 20 baskets of flowers between the funeral home, church, and cemetery. Airstream was motivated to

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