How Todd Lubar Became Successful In Business and Banking

Todd Lubar, President of TDL Global Ventures, LLC as well as the senior vice president of Legendary Investments is a successful and well known businessman and entrepreneur. Todd has worked in the real estate field more than 20 years and has helped countless others achieve their dreams.

TDL Global Ventures Came About How?

During his 20 years in finance and credit, Todd Lubar realized that he wanted to help others live out their dreams as well. That is why he worked to cut out the barriers which keep people from being able to receive the loans they need and to build something that helped consumers get the relief they needed.

Todd Is Just As Down To Earth As Anyone Else

Todd starts his day off with a simple cup of coffee and sitting down to breakfast with his kids. He then scrolls through the daily news and will check his email before heading out to work out a bit. All of this is done before he heads into the office each day. Todd works out each morning to help to clear his head and to bring him the energy he needs for the remainder of the day.

Todd Lubar tells others that you can think of all the ideas you can as an entrepreneur however you have to make them happen or they will never come to life. It was his experience with real estate and mortgage banking that helped him realize what he needed to do and how to start his venture with the TDL business.

When Todd talks about the one thing that really excites him, Todd speaks of the technology surrounding the home remote function. He loves that he is able to control everything in his home almost with the simple touch of a button on his phone.

Todd started out working for Crestar Mortgage in 1995 and made the jump to Legacy Financial in 1999. From there, Todd expanded to opening his own business at Legendary Properties in 2002. In 2003, Todd opened Charter Funding, a sub business to First Magnus Financial which is one of the biggest privately held program and products. Information sourced from crunchbase.com.

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The Orange Coast College Recycling Centre

Orange Coast College was founded in 1947 and was officially opened in 1948. It currently enrolls an average of 25,000 students every semester and has, over the years, become one of the country’s best community colleges. The College offers over 135 academic programs and, in all of Orange County, transfers the largest number of students to California State University and the University of California.

 

 

The Orange Coast College recycling center, which has been under construction for the last fifteen months, was officially opened on August 21st. On average, 300 people visited the center on a daily basis but due to the recent developments made on the facility, this number has increased by twenty-five percent.

 

 

The reason why the center was renovated was to create more recycling opportunities for the public, and at the same time, create revenue that would be used to fund students’ projects. The expansion was funded by donations from ASOCC, Measure M and CR&R. The Associated Students of the Orange Coast College also assisted in this course.

 

 

Some of the facility’s new features include a larger parking area, service bays, showers for the workers to freshen up after work and a break room. Its parking space had a capacity of eight cars, but after the expansion, it can now accommodate up to forty-five cars. The recycling center can now take a wider variety of materials including plastic, paper, cans and grease. The management intends on making this known to the public through advertising via media, print and utility bills.

 

 

At the center, bottles are sorted and distributed to different parts of the country for reuse. Plastic is taken to Perris to be recycled, glass is taken to Los Angeles and aluminum is taken to Irwindale. Learn more: http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/Pages/home.aspx

 

 

The center, which was once hidden, is now hard to miss and because of the expansion, workers are now engaged from morning till evening. What was once a club is now a center which generates income for the ASOCC.

 

Orange County College is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and offers spring, summer, winter and fall classes. Learn more: https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/orange-coast-college#/entity