Julip Run Capital – the non-veteran-run funder of the supposedly veteran-owned-and-operated JDog Franchises Inc. – prominently decorated combat helicopter pilot Larry Liss as a member of their team. However, Larry Liss’s LinkedIn profile states that he hasn’t been associated with the company since June, 2019. What is Capt. Liss (Ret.) knowledge of and involvement with (if any) the rising controversies surrounding Julip Run Capital and JDog Junk Hauling veteran-owned franchise failures? We add this to the growing list of questions currently unanswered by Julip’s Christopher Debbas and James Matthews and JDog founder Jerry Flanagan. by Sean Kelly, publisher, UnhappyFranchisee.Com.
The LinkedIn profile of Capt. Larry Liss indicates that his role as Senior Executive Consultant at Julip Run Capital ended in June, 2019.
Senior Executive Consultant
Julip Run Capital Dec 2014 – Jun 2019 · 4 yrs 7 mos
Dec 2014 – Jun 2019 · 4 yrs 7 mos
Berwyn, Pennsylvania, United States
- Responsible for positioning and coaching individuals to be able to gain access to sustainability and capital. A Senior Executive Consultant to Julip Run and serves on the JDog Joint Chiefs Board of Advisors. He brings extensive experience to the firm including a range of operational and consultative skills, which he leverages for coaching portfolio management teams and other senior executives.
Non-Veteran- Owned Julip Run Capital Claims Decorated Combat Veteran Larry Liss is on Their Management Team
The current “Team” page of the Julip Run Capital website boasts a nearly 300-word biography of multiple medal recipient Larry Liss’ impressive military service:
Larry Liss | Senior Executive Consultant
Larry is a Senior Executive Consultant to Julip Run and serves on the JDog Joint Chiefs Board of Advisers. He brings extensive experience to the firm including a range of operational and consultative skills, which he leverages for coaching portfolio management teams and other senior executives.
His professional career spans nearly 50 years and was preceded by distinguished service in the U.S. Military.
He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in June of 1963 and received his wings as a Helicopter Pilot in September of 1966.
Larry served as a combat helicopter pilot from 1966 until 1968. He flew a total of 650 combat missions.
He received numerous awards including 25 Air Medals, one for Valor, the Bronze Star, 3 Purple Hearts, the Valorous Unit Commendation for Extraordinary Heroism, the Meritorious Unit Commendation and the Distinguished Flying Cross for Valor.
He was also twice awarded the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.
Most recently, he was recommended for the Medal of Honor for a mission flown on May 14th 1967.
He completed his military service in April of 1970 as a Captain.
His business career includes founding and operating large scale businesses including Flightways Corporation and LVI Environmental and serving as a senior consultant offering executive coaching to highly placed executives in Fortune 1000 companies.
Over the course of his coaching career, Larry has worked with over 16,000 individuals in numerous industries including retail, pharmaceuticals, financial, spirits, hospitality, communications, industrial and aircraft manufacturing, where he has employed “Breakthrough Thinking” techniques to foster and teach effective leadership techniques to drive extraordinary results.
Larry is a member of the Distinguished Flying Cross Society Board of Directors and is a graduate of Pennsylvania Military College (now Widener University).
In The Past 5 Years, Julip-Backed JDog Junk Removal Terminated 152 Veteran-Owned Franchises. More than 200 Exited Prematurely.
Does JDog Leverage Associations With Prominent Veterans to Boost Credibility & Sell Franchises?
We have a JDog Joint Chiefs Advisory Board made up of highly placed military veterans and successful entrepreneurs who all advise the company and coach franchisees.
JDog Press releases boast appointments of prominent veterans to the JDog Joint Chiefs Advisory Board including:
- Retired Marine Major General Douglas O’Dell,
- Retired Army Captain Larry Liss,
- Retired Marine Al Gourlay, and
- Forrest Pragoff, a veteran of the Delaware National Guard.
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