Football great committed to helping military heroes

Former NFL wide receiver Phil McConkey traded a jersey and shoulder pads for a three-piece suit when he established his brokerage and financial services firm, Academy Securities, in partnership with JPMorgan Chase. His firm is committed to hiring veterans — especially the disabled — and maintaining a 50/50 workforce split between vets and non-vets.


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