Phil Randazzo


Phil Randazzo learned early on from his immigrant father that this country offers the greatest opportunities in the world. At a young age, he quickly learned the value of hard work. From busing tables at his father’s restaurants to working three summer jobs from age fifteen until graduating college, to starting his first company at age twenty-four, Phil has never shied away from hard work.

His time is currently being spent writing, consulting, and developing a National Entrepreneurship and Coaching program called American Dream U, held at military bases around the country. American Dream U is a nonprofit organization that assists the military transitioning into civilian life. The program, taught by some of the world’s best and most successful entrepreneurs, is designed to provide soldiers, airmen, sailors, marines, and coast guard personnel with the tools to obtain their dream jobs or start their own businesses.

Currently, Phil has ownership in and direct management of Text Safe Teens, LLC, a patented application that prevents teens from using their cell phones while driving and at school (Drive Safe Mode). He owns interest in forty-four Subway Sandwich Stores, 35,000 square feet of Class “A” commercial office space, partnership interest in a 2,800-acre land development project in San Antonio, Texas, and interest in Source Intelligence, a compliance firm, tracking production of products across the planet, and he started CapitalMD, Inc, a medical billing and financial company.

Phil was given the key to the City of Las Vegas in March of 2003 by Mayor Oscar Goodman. He is actively involved in the Las Vegas community, serving on the Advisory Board for the YMCA of Southern Nevada and the Nevada Military Support Alliance. Recently, Mr. Randazzo was commissioned by Governor Brian Sandoval as a member of the Veterans Services Commission.

Phil attended Ball State University and received his MBA from University of Phoenix. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife of over twenty years, Jennifer, and his three children, Philip, founder of Yield Mastermind Group, Megan, attending UCLA, and Joseph, attending and playing basketball at University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.