Dave Obaseki

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Dave Obaseki
Born Queens, New York
Nationality American
Alma mater SUNY Old Westbury
Occupation Entrepreneur
Relatives Godwin Obaseki, Gaius Obaseki, Darlington Obaseki

Dave Obaseki (born in Cambria Heights, Queens) is an American businessman .[1] [2]

Early life and education

Dave was born and raised in Cambria Heights, Queens, on March 2, 1991. He is of Nigerian descent.[3] He attended Martin Van Buren High School in Queens Village, Queens. After High School, Dave attended SUNY Old Westbury, where he earned a Bachelor's of Science in Criminology. After attending SUNY Old Westbury, Dave continued his education and received an Associates Degree in Human Services at BMCC.

Career

In 2017, Dave co-founded PTG365 with Brandon Medford, and Eric Whitehead.[4] PTG365 stands for "Prices Too Good 365", an automotive company that sells and leases luxury cars to individuals including NBA players such as Isaiah Whitehead[5] and other celebrities.[6] Through his company, Obaseki provides single mothers and low-income families with safe vehicles.[1] The company has been endorsed by clients such as Tory Lanez, Rich The Kid, Gucci Mane, Swae Lee and Sean Kilpatrick.[1][7] The company is headquartered in New York City with additional offices in Los Angeles, Miami and Atlanta.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Millennials Create A Lucrative Million Dollar Company, "PTG365"". Respect (magazine). 27 October 2018. https://respect-mag.com/2018/10/millennials-create-ptg365/. 
  2. "How These 3 Millennial Black Men Built A Million-Dollar Automotive Business In 1 Year". Essence (magazine). https://www.essence.com/lifestyle/money-career/do-good-brothers-ptg365-car-dealership/. 
  3. Omedo, Charles (2019-02-16). "How a Nigerian and Two Friends Built a Million-Dollar Car Business in America" (in en-US). https://www.insideojodu.com/how-a-nigerian-and-two-friends-built-a-million-dollar-car-business-in-america/. 
  4. "Snapchat Joins Forces With 3 Black Millenial Millionaires to Showcase Their Automotive Company, PTG365 Auto". The Source. 6 March 2020. https://thesource.com/2020/03/06/snapchat-joins-forces-with-3-black-millenial-millionaires-to-showcase-their-automotive-company-ptg365-auto/. 
  5. "Viceroy Snapshot: Inside A New Take On Luxury Car Rentals". Viceroy Luxury. http://viceroyluxury.com/lifestyle/41-viceroy-snapshot-inside-a-new-take-on-luxury-car-rentals. 
  6. "Millennial Moves: The Startup That Helps You Buy a Car No Matter Your Credit Score or Income". Black Enterprise. 21 September 2018. https://www.blackenterprise.com/millennial-moves-startup-buy-a-car/. 
  7. "These Millennials Are Providing Luxury Cars For Your Favorite Rappers & Athletes". Hip Hop Since 1978. 9 August 2018. http://hiphopsince1987.com/2018/news/these-millennials-are-providing-luxury-cars-for-your-favorite-rappers-athletes/.