Perry Mandera’s Support of the Illinois State Crime Commision

Perry Mandera has been an accomplished executive in the transportation industry for more than three decades. he is considered a pioneer by many of his peers and others involved in the industry. His company Custom Companies Inc. has set the standard for trucking. The full-service transportation provider excels by meeting the needs of customers both big and small.

Perry Mandera is very passionate about helping others and improving his community. He is an avid supporter of the Illinois State Crime Commission (ISCC), a non-profit organization that advances initiatives with the aim of reducing crime rates in juveniles. The organization has built a working relationship with the Police Athletic League with the hopes of improving relations between law enforcement and members of the public. Learn more at Slide Share about Perry Mandera.

Bob Reina has done a great job at lending a helping hand to the organization, so much so that awarded him its Bishop Sheil Award in 2010 and its Citizen of the Year award a year later.

The ISCC is extremely involved with the Chicago community, hosting free seminars that deals with various topics that are harmful to the community. Besides offering training initiatives the organization enforces legislation that reduces crime and strengthens existing laws. Read more at behance.com about Perry Mandera.

About Perry Mandera

Perry Mandera is a Chicago native, entrepreneur, and executive who is responsible for founding Custom Companies Inc. As a young man he joined the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves and learned how to drive a truck after being assigned to the motor pool. After his tour of duty was done he adjusted back to civilian life by landing jobs with several different transportation companies. He eventually left the safety of his regular job and founded his own business in 1980 that he wound up selling just five years later. Around the same time he was elected Republican Ward Committeeman for the 26th Ward in Chicago, making him the youngest electee in the ward’s history.

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