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Meet Nick Palmisciano:
Nick Palmisciano created Ranger Up, the first military lifestyle brand, in 2006, which kicked off a decade of veteran entrepreneurial endeavors utilizing social media as their marketing focus.  Ranger Up has stood a leader in the veteran community, with such strong support that it has landed in Internet Retailer’s Second 500 every year since 2012. In 2008, he launched the Award-winning veteran news site, “The Rhino Den,” also in many ways, the first of its kind.
Palmisciano’s passion for film began in 1991 when he made his first wrestling team highlight video with a couple of VCRs.  By 1998, his amateur craft allowed him to join the two-century tradition of writing and producing the West Point 100th Night Show, a musical comedy that occurs 100 nights before graduation at the United States Military Academy.  Under Ranger Up’s umbrella, Palmisciano created a very popular YouTube Channel catering to the military, police, fire and EMS.
In addition to creating comical internet fare, Palmisciano has produced several dramatic documentaries focused on veterans with his filmmaking partner, Director Tim O’Donnell. Titles include “Warriors” (2013), a storyline convergent to the Army Combatives world and “The Last Time I Heard True Silence(2015),” which highlights one veteran’s successful coping mechanism of an ultra-marathon running to help aid his transition into the civilian world with a traumatic brain injury.  Both films received critical acclaim and festival awards.  His upcoming film, “Through Burnt Eyes” focuses on the journey of Michael Schlitz, a close friend, and veteran who lost both arms and received burns on 80% of his body, but has fought all obstacles to become a powerful leader in the veteran community.
In 2014, Palmisciano co-wrote, produced, starred in, and served as managing partner for Range 15, the first veteran-made “Hollywood Film.”  Range 15 opened in over 650 theaters and rose to the ranks of #1 on Amazon and #2 on iTunes for all digital downloads in its first week.
He is the managing partner and producer of “Not a War Story,” once again pairing with O’Donnell to deliver a veteran story that must be told.
Before entering the entrepreneurial ranks Nick worked at John Deere where he held jobs in business development and corporate acquisitions, government sales, and corporate brand licensing. He spent the best and hardest six years of his life serving as an infantry officer in the United States Army, and is a graduate of the United States Army Ranger School.
He is the only officer in history to train his platoon to deliver the entire opening cheer to the movie “Bring it On” for the Colonels and Generals in his chain of command in response to being asked to “put together a platoon mantra that really represents your unit.” To this day, he maintains that they were, in fact, “sexy, cute, and popular to boot,” despite a differing opinion from his chain of command at the performance’s end.
Palmisciano holds an MBA from the Duke University Fuqua School of Business and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.  He was awarded the Entrepreneurial Organization’s Veteran Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2015.