Christopher N. Geary's Shaolin Kempo Karate

Business Address: 4865 Center Street
Omaha, NE 68106
Douglas County

Business Contact: Christopher Geary
Owner / Instructor
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Veteran Owned Business | Marines, Active Duty | Member since January 10th, 2013

Christopher N. Geary's Shaolin Kempo Karate provides personalized instruction with practical technique for all ages and levels of skill.

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“The Army instilled three traits into my personality. Discipline, honor, and initiative. Discipline helps me to run my business effectively and efficiently. Honor allows me to maintain a solid client base because I strive to "do the right thing" at all times, even if it means losing money on a job. Initiative gives me the desire to constantly improve processes, keep up with new technologies, and take advantage of opportunities to provide new and improved services to my clients.”

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