Since starting his first business from the parent cellar at the age of 18, Tzvi Odzer has earned his name in the distribution industry. In addition to his current position as CEO of YBT Industries in Henderson, Nevada, Tzvi Odzer has more than 30 years of experience in the distribution industry. In addition to his success as an entrepreneur, Tzvi Odzer is a philanthropist, a family man and politically involved in his community.
Tzvi Odzer’s cousin Nahshon Wakman, a dual citizen of Israel in the United States, grew up in Jerusalem. While on vacation, at the age of 19, the military ordered him to attend a one-day training in northern Israel. His family had hoped to return home on Sunday evening, October 9, 1994, but unfortunately he could not return. Hamas officers abducted Nahshon’s guard while he tried to return home. Although the Israeli army launched a rescue operation to saved Vaxman his life.
As a member of the Economics Club of New York, Stven Odzer had the opportunity to attend the event on November 12, 2019, where President Donald Trump delivered a speech. “We are strong supporters of the Republican Party and the AKP, so I am honored to attend the event,” he said. The president discussed issues such as the return of production to the United States, trade agreements with China and the current labor market.
On December 15, 2019, at the 8-year-old Torah and Community Development Ceremony at the Ahwa Torah Center, he presented a lifetime achievement award to Yehoshua Odzer for his work in the Jewish community. Although the family wanted Yehoshua Odzer to accept the award in person, Tzvi Odzer was honored to receive it on behalf of his late father.
The Tzvi Odzer Scholarship Program offered 20 scholarships each for $ 1,000. Eligible candidates must be registered with a college or university. High school students were also eligible if they had a letter of college admission. Scholarships are being offered until the fall of 2020.
On November 19, 2019, Billy Folley, President and CEO of the Golden Knights of Vegas, announced an exciting new partnership. “Vegas will name the Lifeguard Team’s impressive new facility, the Lifeguard Arena in Henderson, as the official delivery partner for the Golden Knights,” said Tzvi Odzer. The terms of the agreement will rename the Vegas Golden Knights Community Arena in Henderson, Nevada, under its new official name “Lifeguard Arena in Henderson.”
When he is not chasing his grandchildren, he encourages the Yankees of New York or the Golden Knights of Las Vegas.