A family-owned motor repair and service company uses a never-say-no attitude to tackle challenging projects of any size.
By Michelle Segrest, Navigate Content, Inc. - Reporting for Efficient Plant Magazine
Instinct and guts drove Higinio “Tico” Rodriguez to leave Cuba when Fidel Castro came to power in 1959. “He wasn’t sure why at the time, but he just knew he had to get out of there,” said his son, Victor Rodriguez. “He knew that something just wasn’t quite right.” With five dollars in his pocket and an 8th-grade education, Tico Rodriguez left his homeland and never looked back. Two decades later, in 1978, it was the same instinct and guts that drove him to start his own motor-repair shop in Pensacola, FL. To read the full story, please follow this link.