The AMERICAN DREAM STILL AT REACH Brian Buffini Shares The Emigrant Edge
At nineteen years of age, Brian Buffini had just hopped on the wildest ride of his life. He was positive he had gotten into the line for the “American Dream.” Somehow the signs had been switched and he found himself in some sort of nightmare. Recently emigrated on a green card from Ireland, Buffini woke up in a hospital bed after slamming his motorcycle into the side of General Motor’s version of American success; a Buick.
His bike was pointed downhill when the collision happened. Thousands of miles away from anyone he knew, he wound up with metal in his broken leg, and medical bills totaling a quarter of a million dollars. Many other people would have stayed down after a catastrophe of such caliber. This is where Buffini is different. Thanks to some good old fashioned grit, generations of wisdom, a real estate license and some divine intervention, Buffini limped back over to the line for the American Dream, hop...
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