Bob Parsons

American Business Guy Failed the 5th Grade U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam Combat Vet Motorcycle rider & Golf Nut

who’s all about enjoying the ride

American Business Guy Failed the 5th Grade U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam Combat Vet Motorcycle rider & Golf Nut

who’s all about enjoying the ride

Bob Parsons as a child

Bio: The quick version

Grew up poor as a church mouse. Failed the 5th grade. Barely passed High School. Fought in the Vietnam War as a U.S. Marine 0311. Graduated University of Baltimore Magna Cum Laude. Runs 15 businesses that do ok.

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At Work

Bob’s business interests run the gamut – from golf clubs and motorcycle dealerships to real estate lending, custom furniture, advertising and video production.

WE DEAL IN HOPE.

The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation was formed in 2012 to reach low-income and underserved populations, marginalized communities and causes often overlooked or underfunded by mainstream philanthropy. Dealing in the areas of homelessness, medical care, at-risk youth, education and the needs of wounded veterans and military families, The Foundation provides transformational gifts to nonprofit organizations that are successfully addressing these issues and can demonstrate and measure the impact of their work.

In the News

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Bob Parsons Believes Psychedelics Can Heal Trauma—And He’s Putting His Money (And Brain) On The Line`

The Marine infantryman still suffers from PTSD from his tour in Vietnam but credits LSD and MDMA with helping him “come home.” Now he’s on a mission to help other veterans.

Photo of Renee Parsons, Bob Parsons and Mayor at Detroit Grand Opening

Bob Parsons Visits Detroit To Tee Up New PXG Facility

Bob Parsons, the billionaire founder of GoDaddy Inc and PXG, traveled to Detroit to celebrate the grand opening of the company's newest retail store in Troy, MI.

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16 RULES FOR SUCCESS

When You’re ready to quit, you’re closer than you think.

There’s an old Chinese saying that I just love, and I believe it is so true. It goes like this:
“The tempation to quit will be greatest just before you are about to succeed.”

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