Over the past two decades, Doug has led multiple companies to success including a financial services company where it went from a small sole proprietorship in 1997 to its 2008, 2009 and 2010 selection by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
Ranked No. 408 in ’08 on the Inc. 5000 list, that company has risen to become a major employer in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and is recognized nationally as a leader in the financial services industry.
Doug grew up in rural East Texas and relocated to the Dallas area in the 1990’s. Married at 19, Doug worked in the automotive and mobile electronics industries where he made a name for himself as a hardworking, honest, and customer-oriented professional.
After a major accident, he soon experienced the financial strain that occurs when faced with growing expenses and worsening credit. He came to understand – via his firsthand experience – that anyone in today’s society, regardless of income or education, can come to financial ruin without an understanding of our credit system and knowledge of how to make it work for them rather than against them.
With resolve and attention to detail, Doug carefully investigated the ways to 6improve his credit score and, most importantly, educated himself on how to maintain it once regained. It is a detailed process, and Doug soon found himelf helping others to improve their scores and teaching them how to maintain excellent credit. In 1997 he founded RMCN Credit Services, Inc.
Along the way, one of his employees, James Penny, introduced Doug to Ambit Energy in the Fall of 2013. “I was very impressed by the growth of Ambit in such a short period of time and the amount of commissions paid out to the consultants,” says Doug.
Doug shares that he started his Ambit business to create an “additional stream of income that can cover ALL of my monthly expenses including two children going to college…”
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