Monday, December 27, 2010


Some names are now starting to trickle out for Survivor 22 and one is names Mike Chiesl and here is a profile and pic.

Mike is a real estate agent in California:

Mike, born in Minnesota and raised in Texas, graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a core engineering systems degree. While majoring in economics, he started as a line backer on the Varsity Football team. After graduation, Mike was commissioned as an Officer in the Marine Corps. After five years service and multiple combat tours, he was awarded the Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal as well as the Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal.

Mike has an extensive background in economics and has taught collegiate level classes as a Professor at Central Texas College.

Mike has teamed with a fellow Naval Academy Graduate and former Marine Captain, Dan Chapman, to use the character, discipline, and integrity honed in the U.S. Marine Corps along with their technical skills to ensure their clients have THE BEST and most up-to-date media, publication, and web-based marketing approaches available.
Mike specializes in coastal estate properties within San Diego County. His clientele range from best selling authors and high visibility Supreme Court attorneys to first time home buyers. With an emphasis on the representation of his client's best interests, Mike's approach is to put clients first. Mike has a track record for selling estate homes through dynamic marketing strategies. With the change in media driven by the internet, Mike uses his skills as a former Communications Officer to showcase his clients properties to target potential buyers.

In 2008/2009 Mike and Dan have had the priviledge of helping clients in over 50 real estate transactions, selling in excess of $30 Million. They find that their clients appreciate two strong agents mutually supporting their interests. Mike and Dan have also represented numerous investment groups looking to purchase multi-unit housing and are active real estate investors.

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