Scientology Network’s MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST, the weekly series spotlighting the everyday lives of Scientologists from around the world and all walks of life, announces an episode featuring the award-winning restoration expert John Chan, premiering November 12, 2019.
MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
John Chan is an entrepreneur and preeminent restoration expert who took a struggling concern to the pinnacle of the roofing and restoration industry. When, as a college student on summer break, John signed on as a laborer for a small roofing business, he could not have predicted he would not only one day buy the company, but would grow it into a nationally recognized, world-class restoration powerhouse.
Born in Columbus, Ohio, to parents who had emigrated from Hong Kong, John Chan earned his economics degree from UCLA. Rather than beginning at the bottom rung of the corporate ladder, John decided instead to take a manual labor job in his hometown, hauling hundred-year-old slate roofing tiles up and down ladders. John soon rose through the ranks—from roofer, to company treasurer, to executive partner and, finally, to owner of Durable Slate. Rebuilding the company’s foundation with L. Ron Hubbard’s Administrative Technology, John expanded the company to multiple branches around the country, while also broadening its expertise to encompass a full range of exterior and interior restoration. Under John’s leadership, Durable Slate has been recognized as a leader in the restoration field, known for its historical revitalization of some of the nation’s most important structures: from the Florida State Capitol Building and the statehouse in his hometown of Columbus to the Frank Lloyd Wright Museum and Abraham Lincoln’s Birthplace.
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