7one’s Charitable Products


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Antonio Junior is an entrepreneur and founder of Florida Conservation, Inc., a fuel-reclaiming service in Miami Springs, Florida, that works with many car rental companies to offer them an optimal experience with maximum gas conservation. Aside from his work with Florida Conservation, Inc., Miami’s Antonio Junior also spends time on his other ventures, one of which is called 7one.

7one is a life management mantra, or, in other words, a philosophy for a lifestyle that allows its user to take advantage of each day to its fullest potential. The concept asks its users to keep an open, positive mind while focusing on the present moment, while looking to the future. In more colloquial terms, 7one encourages living in the moment while realizing that all future goals are attainable.

However, 7one’s message is not solely focused on individual or self-serving elements. While the website offers a great many webinars, videos, and discussions on how best to utilize the lifestyle of 7one, users also have the option to purchase branded products from the site. These products (largely clothing) also help to fund numerous charities, such as the “wifelover” tank top, where proceeds from the sale is given to domestic abuse organizations. To learn more about 7one or contribute to its charity work, visit i7one.com


Florida Conservation Inc. – Improving the Bottom Line

A resident of Miami, Florida, Antonio Junior operates a number of successful businesses and has had the privilege of attending White House ceremonies such as the one observing of the passage of the Community Reinvestment Act. One company that Antonio Junior founded and leads is Miami-based Florida Conservation, Inc. (FCI).

In partnership with California-based GRS, LLC, FCI is responsible for growing the fuel reclaiming services market in Florida. Vehicles that are sold or auctioned off usually still have a sizable amount of fuel in their gas tanks. With OSHA-approved state-of-the-art equipment, FCI extracts the excess fuel from these turn-back vehicles and returns it to the fuel supply tanks of its clients.

Among the advantages of partnering with FCI is that the client will have no out-of-pocket expenses, as the service fee is based on the number of gallons extracted. The client will no longer need to purchase sophisticated siphoning equipment, as most cars have anti-siphoning and anti-spillover mechanisms which FCI can easily bypass. There is also no need to hire additional personnel with its corresponding labor costs.

FCI has a $2 million liability policy in place and over two decades of car rental industry experience. The company provides industry data illustrating how savings can amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars each year for large rental companies, positively impacting their bottom line.

Among the companies FCI services are Hertz, Enterprise, E-Z Rent-A-Car, Advantage Rent A Car, Alamo Rent A Car, Dollar Rent A Car, National Rent A Car, and Manheim Central Auction.

FCI is the top revenue producer in GRS’ network of nationwide partners.

Scholarship Opportunities from the Airport Minority Advisory Council

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Antonio Junior of Miami Springs, Florida, guides the financial direction of Florida Conservation, Inc., the company he founded in 2003. Earlier in his career, Antonio Junior served as the southeast regional director and national treasurer of the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC) in Miami.

AMAC was established to provide additional opportunities for minorities in the field of aviation. AMAC recognizes that some groups are underrepresented in the aviation industry, and the council would like to correct this by tearing down barriers that hold back women, people of color, and other minorities.

To aid aviation students and other young professionals, AMAC’s charitable foundation offers three scholarships each year. To qualify, students must express a desire to work in the field of aviation and a commitment to diversity in the industry. Students must also pursue a BA or BS in a field related to aviation, though this can include business management, architecture, and other tangentially related disciplines.

A Snapshot of Homeless Families in America

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National Alliance to End Homelessness
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Antonio Junior is the founder of Florida Conservations Inc., located in Miami, Florida When he’s not working, Antonio Junior is passionate about helping the homeless, and he actively supports organizations catering to homeless families, which begins with understanding how the issue affects them.

According to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, there were 564,708 homeless people in the United States as of January, 2015. Of those, 206,000 of them were from homeless families with children. Most homeless families are headed by a single-parent, and other contributing factors include domestic abuse, limited education, or mental illness.

Unfortunately, these reports don’t provide an accurate view of how long these families have been homeless, but the National Alliance to End Homelessness says family homelessness usually isn’t long-term. Around 75 percent of all families who go to homeless shelters stay temporarily, and some don’t even require any assistance, as they are able to quickly bounce back and find housing.

Rehousing homeless families in a timely manner is essential for returning normalcy and stability to their lives. To learn more about homelessness and ways to help, visit www.endhomelessness.org.