Teddy Daniels was born and raised in Pennsylvania to a blue collar family. Teddy’s father was brick and stone mason and his mother worked at textile factory. Teddy attributes his work ethic to his blue collar upbringing.
As a younger man, Teddy was a stellar athlete. He played baseball, was a champion powerlifter, ran track and was an All-State football player. He attended and graduated from the prestigious Valley Forge Military Academy. Teddy was selected to represent Pennsylvania in the Prestigious Big 33 Football classic which is known as the Super Bowl of High School Football. He then attended West Virginia University on a full athletic scholarship where he was a starting guard for the Nationally Ranked WVU Mountaineer Football Team.
While recovering from his injuries at Ft. Carson Colorado, Teddy saw a need for a highly trained and capable force in dealing with the legal marijuana industry. Teddy founded a security/transport and consulting firm and was the first in the industry to specialize and cater specifically to the legal cannabis market. Teddy was trailblazing in his services and took his company public in just over 8 months. He has worked tirelessly with politicians and government entities across the country to enact mandates to keep the industry safe.
Family and Community
Teddy now spends his time with his family and as a Wounded Combat Veteran he volunteers and supports other veteran’s organizations. Teddy is a member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, The Combat Vets MC and the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
In addition to his own campaign for Congress, Teddy served the Trump campaign as the Northeast U.S. Director of Vets for Trump.