Press release: Brett Oubre, CEO, speaker, author, honors everyday heroes this Father’s Day.


Brett Oubre, CEO of six of the most successful auto dealerships in the Southeastern United States, recognizes the leaders, teachers, mentors and fathers who show the way forward.

Telling your children what they need to hear is the true test of love.

—Brett Oubre

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, UNITED STATES, June 15, 2022/EINPresswire.com/ — While Father’s Day will be recognized this Sunday, June 19, Brett Oubrethe CEO of the Six Most Successful Automotive Dealerships in the Southeastern United States, wishes to recognize the leaders, teachers, mentors and fathers who are leading the way for ordinary people and their future tomorrows.

Endorsed by John Maxwell, a well-known leadership expert, Brett Oubre is a speaker, mentor, and author of a new book 12- Steps for Boundaryless Success to be launched Fall 2022. He is a self-taught leader instilling, exposing, and advocating for the way forward. Oubre, a survivor of a private plane crash, brain tumor and paralysis, brings her story of hope found in her new book, Principles of Faith and True Patriotism with her brand ” Made in America”, from humble beginnings to being fully equipped and leaving an impactful footprint on this world.

Brett Oubre said… “I’m a dad first. Tell your kids what they need to hear, that’s the true test of love. As we all face the uncertainty of the pandemic and in today’s news headlines, the culture of our future is increased by shaking the bottle, taking a pill, a microwave pulse of instant gratification with an added iPhone Blue Light whose society teaches that success equals arrogance. My failures have taught me more…”

Oubre overcame the odds and remembers a much simpler time in our country, from mowing the grass as a child to being raised as a pastor’s child. Today, he leads from within, watching over his employees at all costs, as he is the CEO of the 6 largest auto dealerships in the Southeastern United States. He directs, speaks, frames and guides through tragedy and opportunity.

Brett Oubre concluded…”We, father, mother, grandparent, aunt and uncle, no matter the cost, must re-imagine ourselves 360 degrees, paint a new image, find passion , tapping into the energy that comes from living your passion… with a new way of moving forward.”

ABOUT BRETT OUBRE:

Making a Mark on Society – From Moving Cars to Motivating People, A Life Well Lived in Louisiana


It’s easy to look at Brett Oubre’s many successes and assume that he always envisioned this life for himself. Although Oubré did not reveal himself until much later, his plan for success manifested itself early on.


By the age of eight, Oubre was a budding salesman, selling Christmas cards door-to-door in his neighborhood of Lake Charles, Louisiana. In a short time, he became one of the top ten Christmas card sellers in the country. By the age of eleven, he was running his own lawn care business.


Oubre spent years pursuing different businesses until he found a career at autotrader.com. After listening to a speech from the company’s vice president of sales during orientation, Oubre knew he had found his goal and went straight to his room to write out a list of goals.


Thanks to his drive and determination, Oubre became the number one salesperson at autotrader.com in his first year of employment. He spent four years growing within the company, which he left in 2003 to become an equity partner in a dealership.


Within six weeks, Oubre took over management of a failing car dealership. In 60 days, the dealership increased sales by 800%.


Oubre owned and operated the concession with seven partners until 2007. From there, he purchased adjacent property and built a shopping mall. This business would soon consume most of his time, so he sold his shares in the car dealership and focused on the mall which he operated until 2013.


Meanwhile, Oubre was diagnosed with a brain tumor and a seizure. Following surgery, he lost the use of his left arm and had to undergo intense rehabilitation.


Four months after her surgery, Oubre spoke with a colleague in Orlando, FL and learned of a car dealership for sale in Ferriday, LA. Arm still in a sling, Oubre went directly to the field and bought it on the spot. In six months, Oubre recovered all of its initial investment.


While successfully leveraging its dealership collection, Oubre continued to focus on motivational speaking and awareness. On average, he had about ten speaking engagements per year before the COVID-19 pandemic.


Employing his will to succeed, Oubre then began writing a book, the next step in his mission to connect with those with an entrepreneurial spirit and attempt to give them a sense of direction. His idea is, “Everyone has someone they identify with,” and he wants to create resources for those looking for a sense of direction who could potentially identify with their story. Oubre also has a YouTube channel, where he posts motivational content.


As his entrepreneurial career evolves, Oubré’s motivation remains the same. He divides his time between his six successful car dealerships and his burgeoning career as a motivational speaker. Oubre also has an upcoming book release, a continuation of its mission to reach as many entrepreneurial minds as possible.

Eden Gordon Hill
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