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The beginnings of a basic challenge

How do we prepare for the next generation?


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Portland, Oregon:  New materials can stimulate the imagination.  In 1956, fiberglass had such an impact on Lowell Miles.  Fiberglass is a composite and today, there are thousands of composites that are literally revolutionizing construction of every kind.

Meet Lowell Miles and his daughter, Lori Luchak (above), and see what the imagination can do and how a family enterprise has emerged. 

With over 50 employees, they are making products that will keep the environment cleaner and other products that will make our military safer.

What an extraordinary future they have!

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Step 1: An idea


Step 2: Incubate


Step 3: First sale


Step 4:  You're on


Step 5: Employer


Step 6: Over $1M


Step 7: Break $10M


Step 8: Exiting

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