On a Mission to Give Back

Category: "Inspire" Stories, Integrity Culture, Integrity Serves

Date: July 7, 2021

On last week’s “Inspire” Podcast, we had the pleasure of hearing from Dustin Alipour, CEO of Carolina Senior Marketing and new Integrity Partner.

Dustin and his family dedicate a great deal of their time to giving back to those who are less fortunate, which has resulted in several mission trips to Haiti. After a few visits, Dustin and his family found even more joy than they initially expected, adopting their youngest son.

The adoption process moved very slowly during the worldwide pandemic. It took nearly five years of patience and perseverance to finally bring their son home, and they could not be more happy. Take a look at their beautiful family:

Dustin’s success in business and his personal life are just a few examples of how Carolina Senior Marketing exemplifies Integrity’s core values of family and service. We are so thrilled to welcome them to the Integrity family!

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