Andrew Elsoffer, located in Cleveland, Ohio, is an outdoorsman, soccer coach, and community leader. His love of adventure came after college when he and his roommate decided to bike from the University of Michigan to Stony Brook College in New York. Together, the duo rode into Mackinaw Island, up into Canada through the beautiful Manitoulin Island, and back into the US by way of the Finger Lake region of New York. Through they arrived at their destination as skinny as can be, they were filled with joy and happiness.
Since then, Andrew has regularly found his way back into nature. To this day, he still takes long bike rides. When visiting Michigan, where his family now has a home, he enjoys hiking, fishing, and kayaking—anything to enjoy the gorgeous seasons the state offers.
At home in Cleveland, Ohio, Andrew Elsoffer is an investment advisor and soccer coach with over 25 years of experience. For more on Andrew, be sure to give his blog a read!
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