For Ronald Fowlkes, Giving Back To His Local Hockey Team Is A Great Way To Continue To Serve

When Ronald Fowlkes graduated from high school he had a clear path that he intended to follow. He immediately joined the Marines in order to fulfill his passion for serving his country. After a successful four year career in the Marines that twice saw him promoted on merit, Ronald entered the world of law enforcement. He served for 13 years total between time on the St. Louis County Police Department and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. One of the things that Ronald gained a great amount of knowledge of in these endeavours was tactical equipment and how important it is to keep it well maintained. This has translated well to Ronald’s life after leaving these fields. He is now a Business Development Manager in the tactical gear industry and he spends his free time giving back to his community in an area that he has great passion for.

 

Ronald Fowlkes is a lifelong fan of the sport of hockey and his son currently plays for the Tiple-A team of the St. Louis Blues hockey club. In this, Ronald has found the perfect outlet to continue his love of mentoring, all the while doing it in a sport that he loves. Ronald serves and the equipment guy for the hockey team and also handles the off ice training sessions. In giving back to the hockey team he is serving his community by utilizing areas he has great knowledge in. Ronald Fowlkes is just about as knowledgeable as anyone could be in the area of equipment, equipment maintenance, and how important these things are in regard to performance. Ronald also has extensive knowledge in physical fitness training that he passes on to his mentees. He gained this knowledge from his military and policing background as well. Ronald enjoys helping the hockey teams coaches get the best out of their player by making sure they are physically fit and he also loves counselling the players in the maintenance of equipment and educating them on how well maintained equipment can be the difference between winning and losing.

 

Ronald Fowlkes works for Eagle Industries Unlimited, a leading tactical gear company that supplies sportsmen, law enforcement and police with the best gear in the business. Ronald’s position is as Business Development Manager. In this role, he spends time daily on working with the company’s customer base that spans the United States. He also spends time mentoring the sales representatives the company employs. Ronald is passionate about training the sales representatives as to the proper use and marketing of the company’s outstanding products. Ronald’s background in the Marines and the world of policing has made him the ideal candidate for this line of work. He has extensive, real-world experience in using all of these types of tactical gear.