Brandon Vallorani is a practiced entrepreneur and accomplished CEO, recognized by peers and media outlets as a visionary leader and powerhouse executive who “knows a thing or two about marketing.”
Brandon’s background in graphic design, marketing, and executive management have resulted in continually increasing success. Colleagues have commended Brandon for creating an environment that not only allows but encourages people to succeed both professionally and personally. Brandon is an achiever and a positive thinker who is happiest when creating a new world to conquer.
Author of The Wolves and the Mandolin: Celebrating Life’s Privileges In A Harsh World (ForbesBooks; 2017), Brandon begins with the Vallorani family’s modest beginnings in Italy, regales readers with legend-worthy stories of great-grandfather Luigi’s first years in America, and culminates with his journey into entrepreneurship.
Throughout this page-turning Amazon bestseller, Vallorani provides his philosophies in business, management, and life. Offering inspiring, practical, attainable advice to the reader, Vallorani demonstrates, “You, too, can pursue and achieve the celebration of life, liberty, and the pursuit of the American Dream.”
After graduating from West Virginia University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, Vallorani began his career in the non-profit sector in 1998. Within a window of 6 years, Brandon developed and led a number of strategic plans, improving online traffic by 151%, expanding radio network reach by 100%, and boosted annual company revenue by 700%.
Quickly rising through the ranks to Executive Vice President, he simultaneously earned his Master of Business Administration from Thomas More College in 2004.
He went on to another non-profit, boosting annual revenues from a few hundred thousand dollars to several million in a period of a mere three years, while co-founding Tolle Lege Press with his father, Ray.
As their first project, TLP raised over $100,000 for the reproduction of a historic masterpiece: The 1599 Geneva Bible.
The Geneva Bible bears much historical significance to the Reformation period, and came to America with the Mayflower, but had been lost in obscurity and available only without modern spelling and punctuation. The first updated reproduction was published and made available to the public in 2006 by Tolle Lege Press.
Brandon utilized his expertise in marketing to advertise this historic treasure in both traditional and modern media avenues, and since its publication, TLP has distributed over 140,000 copies in 13 different formats. Along with this stunning project, TLP published over 20 additional titles.