Concordia University

September 2015
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Dalton’s efforts to improve the St. Paul community through both his business and in the non-profit sector have not gone unnoticed.  He received Neighborhood Development Center’s 2014 Small Business of the Year Award and Community Impact Award for outstanding achievements and programs for the community. “My road to success has had its challenges, but it has been worth every one.  I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I received help in aspects of building my business to what it is today.  I feel extremely blessed to have the support team that surrounds me.”


Dalton credits much of his success and community involvement to Concordia. "CSP pushed me to be the student and now professional, I was destined to be.  I learned that possibilities are limited only to one’s ideas, thoughts and actions. With that in mind, I took initiative and a leap of faith. This was at a time when the economy and job market were slow. I decided to start my own business and follow my dream. I’m able to keep up with and surpass basic business models because I had a lot of hands on practice through my studies at Concordia St. Paul.”