Crestview man's start-up business now worth millions

Published: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 06:24 PM.

These days, the company — with four full-time employees and one part-time staffer — is launching Drive Proof, which adds surveillance on the inside, front and back of vehicles.

In addition to protecting from insurance fraud, theft and road rage, Drive Proof can give parents peace of mind when teenagers are behind the wheel, Palmer said.

"It provides you the information in the form of video, audio, GPS ... that is impartial," he said.

 As for the future, Palmer said the company plans to expand and add more jobs. 

And for those with similar dreams of owning their own business, Palmer said there is no time like the present.

"Anybody that has a keen interest or a business idea that they have a passion for, then I believe they can make that business their passion," he said.

"If you have a dream, follow it."

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