Daniel Sauls is a husband, father of 3 children, and a United States Coast Veteran. Born in poverty stricken Wilson North Carolina, in an area so poor it had lost its cityhood, Daniel knew he had to make decisions that would free him from his surroundings rather than assimilate him to them. With a partial scholarship, Daniel left his College of Elizabeth City State University in order to join the U.S.Coast Guard. His military career would take him to the island of Oahu for his entire military service term.
After completing his military service term, he remained in his duty location of Hawaii to take part in local community efforts. Daniel dedicated his free time to working for and with organizations like C.A.M.O., NuWayve Unlimited, and the Wounded Warrior Project focusing on poverty alleviation for Veterans and their families. After doing this work for a span of 10 plus years, he and his family relocated to Nevada.
He continues his work in Nevada with an affordable-menu food truck, and community efforts like the #FreeBubbles event series. Daniel is very passionate about building communities and patriotism, and believes that the best way to have pride in your country, is to do things that your whole country can be proud of.