Monthly Archives: December 2016

Bob Reina Encourages A Giving Spirit


Bob Reina is a special kind of guy. He was once a police officer, and his ultimate goal of helping people still hasn’t changed even though his career has traveled down a very different path. Once stumped because he couldn’t send a video email, Reina decided to create a way to make it happen. He is now the CEO of Talk Fusion, a company he created that helps businesses grow through online marketing and video tools.


Reina is often known to say “With great success comes greater responsibility.”, and that is basically his life motto. As he and his company have grown, Reina has remained steadfast in his mission to help people and better lives.


Personally, Reina has devoted himself to giving in numerous ways. He made numerous personal donations and headed fundraisers to help those affected by the earthquake in Nepal and the tsunami in Japan. He has given numerous donations to help support orphans in Indonesia. He gave a record-breaking donation of $1 million to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay and has been involved in numerous life-saving charities that have saved the lives of countless animals. He is even known to bring his dog to work on a regular basis.


Reina doesn’t just live this life, he encourages others around him to do the same. His goal is a powerful one, and something that everyone should agree with. Give back to the community and help those less fortunate weather it be animals or people. Through his company, Talk Fusion, Reina has been able to offer Associate positions to people in more than 140 countries who now have the ability to change their lives by working for Reina. He encourages his employees to become involved in charities, he has even given each associate the chance to give away a free Talk Fusion Custom Account, the highest and best the company offers, to the charity of their choice. This amazing opportunity gives charities the chance to communicate their message and raise awareness for their cause in new ways that will, in the end, help those they are serving.