Seasoned businessperson Kevin Irish finds satisfaction in giving back to the community through a variety of charitable and professional endeavors. A longtime resident of Omaha, Nebraska, Mr. Irish maintains an affiliation with the Millard Small Business Association, a networking organization for Omaha business executives. He also funds the fight against multiple sclerosis, a disease affecting more than 400,000 Americans and their loved ones, through his donations to the Network for Good. A member of the Director’s Club of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kevin Irish contributes to the school’s athletic program, supporting the purchase of state-of-the-art sports equipment and facilities for college athletes.Outside of his philanthropic activities, Kevin Irish runs a flourishing business that provides pet grooming services throughout Omaha. Founded in January 2011, The Mobile Paw Spa, LLC, performs a range of pet grooming services in the convenience of its van, a Mercedes Sprinter. Fully equipped with its own source of water and power, the vehicle brings a veritable pet salon within steps of a customer’s home or office. Offering a chic alternative to traditional grooming facilities, Mr. Irish’s young company has gained considerable market share, serving more than 800 clients in its 5 months of business. With advertisements appearing on cable channels like HGTV, Animal Planet, and Discovery Channel, he has generated significant interest in the start-up. The Mobile Paw Spa was featured on an Omaha news channel and was profiled several times in the print media. Attracting a broader audience, his business also has gained a following on Twitter.Before he launched The Mobile Paw Spa, Kevin Irish spent almost 30 years as a widely recognized in the Nebraska real estate industry. He served as Associate Broker at the Kevin Irish Development Company, which specialized in residential and commercial real estate. Bearing responsibility for projects across Omaha, Mr. Irish spearheaded commercial developments such as strip malls and residential projects such as apartment complexes and housing subdivisions. One of the golf courses he developed, The Players Club at Deer Creek, features a 15th hole that was voted best in the state. Earlier in his career, he owned CBS Real Estate Company, which he built into one of Nebraska’s biggest real estate businesses. Mr. Irish ultimately sold the company to billionaire investor Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc.