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Alum speaks at next Success lecture

Alum speaks at next Success lecture

 

Lessons learned at Holy Cross College in the 1980's have paid big dividends for Mark Pulte, the next speaker in the popular Practical Lessons in Success lecture series.  Pulte shares his success story with students, faculty, and community visitors Wednesday, October 16 at 7:00 p.m.

 

An alum of Holy Cross College and the University of Notre Dame, Pulte is a highly-respected real estate developer in South Florida.  His organization, Mark Timothy, Inc., specializes in the design and construction of elegant homes.  His success in high-end production techniques has led to the creation of some of the largest homes for wealthy executives in the global arena.  Pulte will share with guests the lessons he learned and followed as a young man attending Holy Cross College, and what he was told throughout life was possible to do.  He will also reveal to the audience what he did not do, which in turn delayed success.

 

Holy Cross College business and communications lectures are designed to share success stories of prominent community leaders and figures.  They take place in a warm, friendly, and conversational setting on the college's campus for an entertaining and informative experience. The information shared supports academic concepts, yet with a business community viewpoint.

 

Members of the Michiana community are welcome to attend the presentations and share the experience.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students and campus visitors to meet and share a positive experience that makes the college and our community unique.

 

Pulte visits the Holy Cross College on Wednesday, October 16 at 7:00 p.m. in Driscoll Auditorium on the campus of Holy Cross.

 

The next installment of the series will be take place November 13 when Tracy Graham, Co-Founder and President of GramTel presents.   

 

The Practical Lessons in Success series has the kind support of the St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce.  All seminars are free, open to the public, and will be followed by a reception on campus.  

 

Find information on Holy Cross College by visiting: www.hcc-nd.edu.