Igor Vuletic  @ 14/09/2004 09:09:52
Dear Mr. Miksic...I received your book a couple of days ago. I am almost finished it (not bad for having a 6mo old and 2 1/2 yr old boys around :-) Very interesting and inspirational. Puno hvala. Cujemo se i nadam se vidimo. Igor aB Igor Vuletic Financial Advisor 925 Fourth Avenue | Suite 2000 Seattle, WA 98104 ph: 206 447 2421

Edward G. Nawy  @ 02/09/2004 03:09:56
Dear Boris: It was indeed a pleasure and an honor to have met you during the Rutgers Conference this week on Corrosion Inhibitors. I also want to thank you for giving me an autographed copy of your most fascinating autobiography "American Dream - A Guy from Croatia." I read the book with fascination. In fact I had to read it in one sitting because of the mesmerizing details of how you started from scratch when you came to the US, what you went through and how you managed with your dedication and enthusiasm to build a most successful enterprise. It is also so admirable that you have been so supportive of your native country, Croatia. I salute you for all that you have accomplished. I also learned quite a bit during the Conference about the corrosion inhibitors, particularly your MCI 2000 series. In fact, in my revision of the third edition of my Reinforced Concrete book, I called yesterday my publishers, Prentice Hall, to tell them that 1 will be sending them a section on this subject to insert in the forthcoming fourth edition which they are working on. We at Rutgers are appreciative of your co-sponsoring the conference and helping in the financing involved. I have no doubt that the large audience from the engineering profession and the state and federal agencies that attended the whole one-day Meeting have immensely benefited from the extensive knowledge presented and how better and more durable concrete can be constructed using MCI inhibitors. I hope we will cross paths again and my best regards, Sincerely yours, Edward G. Nawy Distinguished Professor

Steve G Basic  @ 31/08/2004 10:08:04
Dear Mr. Miksic: I just finished reading your book “ American Dream: a guy from Croatia” And all I can say is “Cestitam”. I only wish I had met you before, last Sunday at the Croatian Land in Boonton, NJ. I know we would have worked together in the bussiness, political and personal world . You see I am a distant cousin of Joe Rukavina and I am native of Konjsko Brdo, Perusic, Lika, Croatia. Came here May 16, 1938 with mum. My dad was here already and have been active in the fight for a free Croatia all my life. My mom didn’t know how to write or read. She instilled in me my Croatian heritage with such words “ za krst casni i slobodu zlatnu”. I am so thrilled and happy that you have achieved the American dream. Your success in your industry is yours and I feel like its also mine. I am thrilled as if it was “ Steve G Basic” who did what you have achieved. Congratulations I nek te dragi Bog pazi i cuva. In closing, my congratulations on your success and for being a true Croatian son. By the way, I speak and write Croatian fluently, thanking my mother and father. Steve G Basic

Jennie Blohowiak  @ 23/08/2004 03:08:13
Dear Mr Miksic, I am writing to let you know how moved I was after reading your book "American Dream: a guy from Croatia". It really exemplified the risks sometimes needed to create a successful business. I think it is a definite must read for all business people. You stated several great examples on how to keep a successful business going in today's corporate America. I was fortunate enough to shake your hand at your plant in Eau Claire at the end of April. We were there to meet with Christophe and Mike. You were on your way out the door with several of your sales people. At that time Christophe gave both my salesman Lance and myself a copy of your book. I just think it was great of you to be able to sit down and share your wonderful experiences with the world. I am going to pass your book around the office for others to read. I also would like to take this time to thank you for the business that Cortec has given to Larsen Converting Industries. We truly appreciate our relationship and look forward to growing it in the future. Sincerely, Jennie Blohowiak Customer Service Representative

Josip Remenar - SutrA magazine - New York  @ 22/04/2004 07:04:49
I would like to thank Mr. Boris Miksic for his letter to TPD on behalf of Croatian Consulate in Minnesota. He is definitely a right candidate in Croatia to be the next President. This is right time and Boris Miksic is right person. Trust me...

Zeljko Moric  @ 22/03/2004 02:03:18
Dear Mr. Miksic, I just wanted to give you a few words of encouragement in regards to the elections that took place in Croatia few months ago. Please don’t give up because our home country needs individuals like you. We need people who are business men and not politicians with just one agenda on their minds. I share your belief that Croatia has an enormous potential to become a new Switzerland but can not realize its potential with the current politicians running the country. I am planning to return to Croatia after 20 years of living in the US. Therefore I offer you my services for the next elections in Croatia. Yours sincerely, Zeljko Moric Gilmar USA Inc. Vice President 63 Washington Avenue Cliffside Park, NJ. 07010 (201) 943-4635 Home (201) 920-4998 Cellular P.S. I voted for you in the last elections and will vote again!

Aloiz  @ 19/11/2003 01:11:57
How Radical, for someone like yourself a successfull businessman to enter this race, could only mean one thing, your true love of the country Wishing you the best from Toronto Canada, Looking forward to doing a interview in the near future.

Annonymus  @ 19/11/2003 03:11:30
Dear Boris, I read your Biography 6 years ago and back then knew you were a true spirit of a successfull Entrepreneur. Six years later, I haven't forgot who you are or your storey and was so happy to see you running in this campaign,. I will give you my vote. I am a Canadian returned to Croatia, opened two restaurants and want to see you in the Sabor changing the mind-frame of the existing individuals there. I hope one day we can meet as I too am an Entrepreneur. I wish you all the Best! Sandra Mikulić, Director Subway Croatia

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American Dream: A Guy From Croatia


American Dream: A Guy From Croatia

"With $37 in our pockets and much apprehension in our hearts, we flew toward our future. We had no time to think what lay ahead because the future conies to soon anyhow."

American Dream: A Guy From Croatia is the exciting saga of a man who fled his home country with nothing but change in his pockets and built a successful company with determination and guts in America. It's a story of business savvy and risk taking that will arouse the entrepreneurial spirit in every reader.

"When he arrived in the United States, Boris Miksic brought along energy, intelligence and determination. But also a dream. He was the Croatian gift to America. Today, as a successful entrepreneur, he is the American gift to Croatia."

— Governor Rudy Perpich


Movie: When the Dead Vote


When the Dead Vote, Filmmind & Capistrano in cooperation with PBS

Movie: How to Kill Miksic


How to kill Miksic, spaghetti western movie by Z Television

Around the World by Private Jet


Our around the World Expedition by the National Geographic Society

Galapagos Islands


Our Galapagos Expedition by National Geography Society

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