Perry Mandera is the owner of The Custom Companies, a transportation company located in Northlake, IL. His company provides truckload, LTL services, and air freight forwarding services. Additionally, they offer cartage services and logistics products. His annual revenue is over 200 million dollars and he has thousands of customers. After graduating from Chicago High School, he joined the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. He learned to drive a truck in the Marine Corps and began working for the transportation industry upon discharge. He also participated in politics and served as the Republican Ward Committeeman in Chicago.
Eventually, Mandera founded The Custom Companies and gained a tremendous amount of success. His company has locations nationwide and employees hundreds of people. He serves as a board member for the Illinois Transportation Association and was named the “Top American Transportation Executive of the Millennium.” Perry has won many awards including the Bishop Sheils Award, Citizen of the Year, and President’s Award.
Perry Mandera contributes to charity and supports Cancer Cures and Prevention, The Walter & Connie Payton Foundation and The Jesse White Tumblers. He donates coats and his financial resources to the children of Chicago. He assisted the victims of the tornado that devastated Chicago in 2013. Perry provided food to the victims of Hurricane Katrina and the California wildfires. He created his own organization, Custom Cares Charities and aids poor families throughout the holidays.
Mandera supports local sports teams in Chicago and has been a coach. He provides for children in need including those who are underprivileged and victims of abuse. He is involved in boxing and helps competitors go to the Olympics. He believes in giving back to veterans and supports Hiring our Hero’s and Marines for Life (Positivethefacts).
Mandera has given back to his hometown in many ways. He believes in doing what is right and helps the sick and suffering. He is a prominent business leader and extraordinary humanitarian.