During these trying times, people of all walks of life have been either arguing against one another or trying to find solutions to help unite. Meanwhile, some companies are feeding off the poor, being greedy, or just looking out for themselves. Black Lives Matter, protesting, politics, COVID-19, etc… there has been a non-stop cycle of hot topics here across the United States.
Enter in: Colin Wayne. A under-30-year-old millionaire from Huntsville, Alabama who is the CEO of America’s top steel monogram company Redline Steel. And while Colin has millions to his name and a striving company, he remains humbled. Prior to reaching fortune, Colin was a high-school dropout who enlisted in the military and served his country proudly. Unfortunately his time serving was cut short due to a building he was in being hit by an enemy rocket attack in Afghanistan that left him injured. But that didn’t stop Colin. He rehabbed, fought back, and followed his passions and dreams to build his steel empire.
HERO – (in mythology and folklore) – a person of superhuman qualities
While the rest of America debates various topics during these times, Colin Wayne has been giving back. He started first in his local community. Paying the rent of his staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Next, he made sure his local communities nurses, farmers and first responders were taken care of. Then he reached outwards. He partnered with actress Megan Fox for a $2.5 million charity Memorial Day give-back that took over America and the families of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Colin has not stopped. While other CEOs are relaxing pretty in their mansions, Colin can be seen day in and day out working, partnering with more charities, and finding solutions to help those around him.
Everything in life happens for a reason, and there is a reason Colin Wayne survived that enemy attack years ago. He is a hero. He is the ultimate definition of HERO, and what it means to be truly an American!