Des Hague Signs onto On the Right Track Cause Critical Initiative to Support Recovering Drug Addicts

This cause was set up by Happy Clinic Owner and Medical Director, Dr. Phil Nguyen.

Denver, CO - February 14, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Businessman and CEO of Hague Enterprises Des Hague has proudly signed onto an effort to support recovering drug addicts, saying he will financially help to support the “On the Right Track” program at the Happy Clinic Dever. This cause was set up by Happy Clinic Owner and Medical Director, Dr. Phil Nguyen, to provide services for recovering drug addicts who have been clean for a minimum of 12 months. The program’s objective is to remove all needle tract marks from individual’s arms and provide additional services on a case by case basis.

"This program is near and dear to me," stated Dr. Nguyen, and continued, "I have firsthand experience of seeing the devastation created by drug addiction as one of my family members has battled addiction; he was the first member of the On the Right Track Program. I look forward to helping many more recovering addicts in the years ahead," concluded Dr. Nguyen.

"I was recently introduced to Dr. Nguyen,” said Hague. “The passion and personal commitment that he has shown to aid our recovering addicts in the Colorado community is humbling.” Hague continued, “The anguish of drug abuse is known in many households across the world as our society is plagued by drugs with millions afflicted and many incarcerated. I am honored to serve alongside Dr. Nguyen as Chairman for Corporate Contributions for the program. My immediate goals will be to raise awareness and the vital funds to help our recovering addicts rehabilitate and reenter society without the stigma of visible needle tracts that could limit future employment opportunities," concluded Hague.

You can make a difference by making an on-line contribution at www.gofundme.com/OnTheRightTrackCampaign or by mailing a check to
Denver Happy Clinic at 1241 S Parker Rd Suite 100, Denver, CO 80231

About Dr. Phil Nguyen, MD
Dr. Phil has been a licensed physician in the state of Colorado for the past 16 years. He also holds licenses in the states of Indiana and California. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1998. He has been doing cosmetic/aesthetic procedures since 2001. Dr. Phil prides himself in being an artist and minored in Fine Arts Studio for his undergraduate studies. He paints, draws and sculpts. Thus, he naturally gravitated to the cosmetic/aesthetic field of medicine. Dr. Phil trained in family practice and did his internship at the University of Colorado Swedish Medical Center.

Dr. Phil takes great pride in giving his patients a natural looking appearance, and has had over 14 years of experience performing injectable procedures. He personally sees about 1000 faithful patients a month, making him one of the most experienced and sought after cosmetic physician in the country. "We are all just a few millimeters away from looking like Angelina Jolie or Brad Pitt," and "Anyone can stick a needle into you, but it takes an artist to make it look good!" are two of his favorite quotes.

Dr. Phil speaks English and Vietnamese fluently, and knows enough of Spanish, French, Thai and Mandarin to be dangerous. He is a world traveler and foodie, with his favorite place to visit being Southeast Asia. Dr. Phil is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

About Des Hague
A renowned executive with over twenty-five years of leading global public and private companies, Des Hague has established himself as an innovative thinker in the international business world. His forward-thinking approach pushes companies toward sustainable growth, granting them a position as resilient competitors within their respective industries. His past positions include President of Safeway Inc., President of IHOP, President of Hot Stuff Foods LLC, Vice President of 7-Eleven Inc. and, most recently, President/CEO of CenterPlate Inc., the largest event hospitality company in North America. Hague is also the Co-Founder of Hague Enterprises, a Colorado-based advisory and investment company, focused in multiple sectors. In addition, Hague serves on the boards of DVETelepresence, PING HD, WC&P, Lessons For Life, World of Beer, Halls Cheese, Serenity Spa and Salon and the Stamford Youth Foundation along with advising on several start-up ventures.

Along with his professional projects, Hague contributes significant amounts of time and energy to non-profit charitable work. Hague has helped raise more than $100 million over the past few years for many non-profits, including the Stamford Youth Foundation, a local organization offering multiple after-school programs for young people, and The Journey Home, a Baltimore-based Foundation fighting homelessness. Hague views Hague Enterprises, LLC as a perfect blending of business and philanthropic activities.

Des Hague News: http://deshaguenews.com

Des Hague - Founder and Chief Executive @ Aegis Enterprises, LLC: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/des-hague

Des Hague - Forward Thinking Leadership: http://www.deshague.com

Contact Info:
Name: Des Hague
Email: deshague@aegisenterprisesllc.com
Organization: Hague Enterprises

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