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Grad is top business leader

Monday, January 10, 2011

St. Cloud State University graduate Mike Meyer ’94, St. Joseph has been honored as one of the top five business leaders under the age of 40 for 2011 by the St. Cloud Times.

The Times made the announcement in its current ROI magazine. View a Times sketch and video clip about Meyer.

Meyer, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech, is co-founder and co-owner of  PAM’s Auto, an auto salvage center.  Meyer, has been financial consultant for the Church of St. Joseph’s Making Room at Our Table initiative and was pastoral council committee chairman and program facilities evaluation team member at the church. He is co-chairman this year and committee member for past six years of St. Joseph Lab School’s Spring Spectacular fundraiser, and he is president of Great Lakes Quality Replacement Parts association.

The five were selected from a pool of two dozen nominees who were under age of 40 as of Dec. 31. A selection committee that included last year’s winners reviewed nominees’ successes in business and their community involvement.

ROI Central Minnesota magazine is a free business and economics magazine that includes the St. Cloud Area Quarterly Business Report, as well as interviews with local leaders, industry features, trend reports and local economic trend data.

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