Brennan grew up in a working class family in Trevose, Pa., the oldest of seven children, two boys and five girls. Jim was a Cub Scout in Pack 14, then moved to Troop 14 in Trevose, Pa., where he earned the Order of the Arrow and Parvuli Dei awards, and as a teenager earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
attending Penn State University, he began a career in the container and trailer
leasing business prior to founding Sea
Box, Inc., which now operates three manufacturing facilities in New Jersey with
offices in Europe, the Middle East,
South America, Australia and China. The company designs, manufactures and
custom modifies all types of ISO cargo containers that range in use from
emergency interim housing units to portable laboratories and workshops,
personnel shelters and computer data centers.
The company has received several business awards and Brennan has addressed the US Senate on increasing employment in America.
Jim and wife Maureen, who also works in the business, live in Moorestown. They are the parents of a son and daughter. His motto: “Believe in yourself, believe in the American Dream and always look for the opportunity to help others in your community,”
Richard A. Alaimo of Alaimo Engineering is chair of the dinner. Sponsorships and tickets are available by calling Michael Mahon of the Boy Scouts at 856-327-1700/Ext 125.
For additional information: Michael Mahon at email@example.com or 856-327-1700, ext. 125