Websites in a Flash

About Ashton Sanders

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Who is Ashton Sanders? I realize that many of you have no idea who I am, so I thought I would do a quick post about my past.

I was born in Los Angeles, and joined cub scouts when my younger brother got into tiger cubs. We were both the goody-two-shoes of the school. When I finished 6th Grade, I went to Delphi Academy of Los Angeles.

I’ve always loved sports. I was on the soccer team my four high school years and was the captain of the Soccer Team the year we became undefeated League Champions; a school record to say the least. I got the League Most Valuable Player Award and the Team Spirit Award.

I also became very interested in computers (a computer nerd). We had a LAN Party every break, and I built a couple of my own computers. (I’m currently typing on one that I built two years ago, and it still running strong.) I love working on the computer, and am very good at it. I’ve picked up on a lot of tricks and shortcuts over the years, and consider myself a computer nerd in every aspect. I started working on websites with my brother at the age of 18, under the name Websites in a Flash.

I stayed in the Boy Scout of America Program since I joined in 3rd Grade. I got my Eagle Scout at the age of 17 and spent three summers working at Camp Cherry Valley, a Boy Scout camp on Catalina Island. They were the best summers of my life: teaching kids how to grow up and become a productive, helpful member of society, and having a blast doing it. I was the Head Commissioner for my last year there.

After my second year at Camp Cherry Valley, I moved to Montana with my fiancĂ©, and bought my first house at the age of 20. My website business has been growing and expanding since I graduated. I’ve been fortunate enough to work with some amazing website design and Search Engine Optimization professionals. I’m very proud of my website company, and have some very big plans for my website. (I’ll be posting my website updates as they are completed.)

I think that summarizes it pretty well.
-Ashton Sanders

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