Growing up in the ghost town of Thurmond, West Virginia inspired Tighe to reverse the dilapidation of buildings in historic towns. With dual degrees in Accounting and Business Management – Magna Cum Laude, a Juris Doctorate, and 15 years of construction experience, Tighe has put himself to the task of preserving West Virginia history. As a raft guide, ski instructor, and mountaineer, Tighe makes the most of living in the Mountain State. Tighe also serves on multiple nonprofit and advisory boards, including the WV Small Business Development Center, the Mount Hope Historic Landmark Commission, and as a city councilman in his hometown of Thurmond. 

 

 

 

 

 

SHOW NOTES:

  • 3:15 Tighe take a minute, fill in some gaps from that brief intro and give us a little behind the curtain look into your company.
  • 4:30 Tell us about the revitalization projects you are working on.
  • 6:14 Talk about your involvement with the Natural Capitol Investment Fund group.
  • 8:31 What is your 30 second pitch?
  • 11:03 What is the geographic area that you serve?
  • 14:54 What is the best business moment you have had so far?
  • 17:41 What was the one take away?
  • 18:05 Positively West Virginia Commercial Break\
  • 18:40 What is the vision for your company long-term?
  • 20:23 What is the biggest challenge you face right now?
  • 26:00 What is one piece of advice you would give a young entrepreneur?
  • 27:32 What is one thing you do every day that contributes to your success?
  • 28:52 What is one book you would recommend?

The March of the Ten Thousand: Being a Translation of the Anabasis

  • 30:28 Is there anything else you would like people to know about your company?
  • 31:00 How can our listeners learn more about your company and contact you?

tighe.bullock@gmail.com