You Won’t Find a Better Trained Group of Human Beings

Angel Sirgo

Proud American and Cuban immigrant, Angel Sirgo, was shocked to find his fridge upsidedown and his tv floating in water after Hurricane Harvey. Give this homeowner's experience with Team Rubicon a listen.

The home of Angel Sirgo (pictured left below) was one of over 30,000 homes affected by Hurricane Harvey along the Texas Gulf Coast. Give his first-hand account of the storm and Team Rubicon a listen.

“Their discipline is magnificent, their persistence… and those are two of the most important things in life for me [persistence and discipline] and these people epitomize the best of that. I don’t think you can find a better trained group of human beings, male and female, that can represent any organization any better than these people do.”


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