"I attended a trade high school in central Massachusetts. I got a job working for my uncle while in high school. My uncles business specializes in handicapped remodeling, ramps, specialized bathrooms and kitchens: projects that would make homes accessible for disabled individuals. I learned more than I could write working for my uncle. One of the things I learned; it is hard to be organized in someone else's home while remodeling and it takes a great deal of time and mental energy to look for tools when someone is waiting for it. This is the time I found about Veto Pro Pac, about 2006 or 2007. I went big with my first purchase buying the OT-XXL. I used it during my first few jobs and I knew it was like no other bag I had ever used, like the inexpensive "bucket boss" that attaches to a 5gal bucket."
"I went on to work for a commercial construction company working on doctors offices, schools, hospitals, colleges, water treatment plants, office buildings and industrial facilities across Massachusetts. While at that company I installed suspended ceilings and commercial door hardware. Veto Pro Pac again made organizing hand and power tools efficient.
I have now been self-employed for the past 6 years. The only tool bags I invest in are Veto Pro Pac. I even purchased one as an anniversary gift for a close friend so he could transport an assortment of tools and laptop to projects. If I'm working on my own house, my income property, a jobsite, volunteering with a nonprofit, doing maintenance on my trailer or equipment and even camping, I always have at least one Veto."