- Feb. 13, 2014
-- Alfred T Culbreth,CEO, founded L’Alpina in 2010. L’Alpina isn’t just an ordinary water distributing company but is a premium water supplier. Their water distributes to distinct water, L’Alpina Artesian and Ameris Mountain Spring. L’Alpina has an incredible pH balance of 9.5 and the Ameris Mountain Spring has a pH balance of 7.8. These high altitude alkaline water is distributed in all natural glass bottles.
Alfred Culbreth strongly believes that this high alkaline water promotes great blood circulation because it hydrates cells, loading them with oxygen to help your body resist diseases. As I mentioned before, Alfred is a man with many skills. As you can see, he is very talented when it comes to communication engineering as well as sales and marketing consulting.
Alfred T Culbreth is a man of many talents. He graduated from West Georgia College in 1982 and graduated with his Associate of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He spent two years at Devry Technical Institute in Miami. In 1984, he became a certified Electrical Engineer and immediately received his Federal Communications License.
After receiving his license and education, Alfred Culbreth went onto becoming an engineer for Paytheon. As a technical engineer, he was responsible for their computing division and began their system and schematic integration. After working for Paytheon, Alfred Culbreth transitioned into sales.
When he left Paytheon, he went on to working for Solid Computer Corporation and gained a better understanding of computer hardware, various softwares and communication. At Solid, Culbreth made over $200 million in sales. He went on to working for At&t in 1995 and continued to soar in his career as a sales representative. Not only did he build his experience as a salesman by being the top 1% of his sales force, he furthered his understanding of data networks, data applications and satellite networks.
Alfred Culbreth is was a natural born entrepreneur and decided to use his skills and experience to start his own telecommunication service. In 1999, he founded Telco Cuba, a satellite telecommunication carrier. As the CEO, Alfred Culbreth handled both technical engineer responsibilities as well as sales responsibilities. Shortly after finding Telco Cuba, Alfred took on another business, Australian sportswear. Despite his success, Alfred wanted more out of his life aside from his materialistic gain. He went on a hiatus and returned with the idea of providing the world with premium water; thus L’ Alpina was born.