Maria Martinez Trent is the co owner of Pool Tables Plus/Beyer & Brown, providing game room products that help people connect at home and in entertainment establishments.
Maria has volunteered with several nonprofits and is most known for her passionate and positive impact in her community. She remains committed to giving back to her home country of Puerto Rico by organizing humanitarian drives. Over the years she has provided mentorship and served in leadership roles at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Maria currently serves on the following boards: Neighbor to Family Sibling Foster Care advisory board, JustServe Ambassador, Protect Our Children Project and Volusia/Seminole Hispanic Chamber Chamber of Commerce.
Maria’s drive to lift others has been a lifelong pursuit and she is eager to share her talents to better serve the needs of small business owners. She dedicates her free time to her husband Greg Trent and their blended family of 6 amazing children and 4 loving grandchildren.
Thank you Jan McGee & Kim Short for inviting Gregory to speak to Burns Science And Technology Charter School! He spoke on his young journey of #entrepreneurship, his life lessons, challenges & successes. There were 2 sessions of Q & A and I was thoroughly impressed with the students’ questions. Being a founder of ESports Arcade right before covid plus now taking over Back Alley Lanes VRcade has being a real life project management experience the he says has helped him to grow not only as a businessman but also as a person.
Featured in the Daytona News Journal and making positive big waves in the community! Growing up in a Family Owned and Operated business by his wonderful parents, Gregory Trent is a brilliant entrepreneur.
We are super ecxited to announce Greg Trent has been selected as the President of AMOA. Amusement and Music Operators Association, or AMOA, was originally known simply as MOA -- The Music Operators of America.
It was born January 21, 1948, when 68 jukebox owners from around the country banded together to fight the repeal of the jukebox royalty exemption.
Harnessing the collective strength, energy, knowledge and entrepreneurial spirit of a growing number of volunteer members, AMOA quickly established itself as a major force within the trade.
More than 70 years later, these same traits are tapped daily to offer an ever-expanding array of programs and services to members and the entire industry.
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