By: Madam Prezident
Most young men Chef Mike Valli’s age are finishing college, looking for a job that will lead to a long time career. I guess it’s safe to say that Chef Mike Valli isn’t most men. While his peers are trying to figure out life, he’s already developed a passion for “flyness” and food. Amongst young people, One of the hardest things to do is figure out what “to be” in life.
This young, talented chef has not only figured out what his “calling” is he’s turned it into a profitable business. Your favorite singer, rapper, or reality star has had a taste of Chef Mike Valli’s creativity. Chef Mike Valli’s clientele consists of a list of heavy hitters such as, Waka Flocka, Mike Will, Future, K. Michelle, Yandy Smith, and many more.
Although Chef Valli has a celebrity clientele the dream didn’t start that way. Chef Valli dropped out of culinary school, found himself unemployed and looking for work. He was headed to Publix for a promising interview; he received a phone call from a man who needed a personal chef to assist him in losing weight. At that moment, not only did Chef Valli change the direction of his car—he changed the direction of his life.
(Jerk Chicken & Waffles w/ Raspberry Glaze)
Chef Valli is the CEO of his own catering company, and creator of state-of-the-art chef coats matching his beautifully presented and tasting food. Chef Mike Valli has a clear vision of his catering company. Once he puts an idea in his mind, it soon becomes a reality. Speaking of reality, don’t be surprised if you see Chef Mike Valli take-over your high-definition televisions with his style and flavorsome food.
Chef Valley didn’t want to keep his success a secret, when I asked him about advice for his young peers that are sitting on a gift, he simply replied “Take life’s ingredients and make something good out of it.”
Chef Valli’s catering service is located in the Atlanta area, and if you wish to look as fly as him in a chef coat, you can place your order via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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