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14 Things You Need to Know This Morning
What You Don't Know About Chris Delucchi
Title: President.
Company: Delucchi Plus.
Picture Taken: In Croatia, this summer.
Most memorable project: The launch of the Capital Wheel.
Editor's Intervention: That reminds us, our Future of Prince George's County summit will be held the afternoon of August 26, just a few feet from the Wheel. Come take a ride!
Hometown: Fort Worth.
School: The University of Oklahoma.
First job: Selling worms for fishing.
Job you'd like to have in another life: Artist and author.
Person (living or dead) you'd like to meet: Pema Chodron, Buddhist Author.
Greatest fear: Not living life to its full potential.
Daily habit: Fresh green juice for breakfast.
Favorite music group and song: Lynard Skynyrd: Sweet Home Alabama.
Favorite book: Glass Castle.
Favorite movie: Thelma & Louise.
Favorite vacation: Paris and Tuscany.
Favorite restaurant: (Vegan/Raw) Pure Food & Wine in NYC and The Plant in SF Item on bucket list: Live in Paris for a year.
Family facts: Live with partner Martha and rescue dog Lucky in Logan Circle. Just got engaged.
Hobbies: Skiing, hiking, biking, art galleries, and traveling.
Startling fact: Sold the most Girl Scout cookies in the state of Texas two years in a row.

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