Like Trying to Catch a Cannonball 

He's 5 foot 7, and he grew up poor. But that didn't stop Jon Volpe from becoming a local sports and business legend.

There's irony in the fact that his company is called "Nova," which in Spanish translates to "doesn't go." They've been throwing negatives at him all his life. You can't. You don't. You won't. That opportunity isn't for you; it's for someone more…

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