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Posted by Admin On1st November 2012

In 1989, Nick Molina’s career as an entrepreneur began in earnest at the age of 21 when he co-founded Let’s Talk Cellular & Wireless, Inc. (LTCW). This became the nation’s most successful specialty retailer of wireless products and services. Nick Molina was the CEO of the company and was responsible for its growth from one store to over 289 stores in twenty-three states and Puerto Rico. LTCW completed an IPO in 1997 with Merrill Lynch and Salomon/Smith Barney as lead underwriters. LTCW was thereafter sold to Nextel Communications in 2000.

It was in late 1998 that Nick Molina left LTCW in order to launch two companies, called Auto Finance of America and These two companies were involved in automotive financing. They were consolidated in 2000 and sold successfully.

In 2001, Nick Molina founded WebClick Concepts, Inc. Which in 2004 spun off a new division called Rapid Satellite, which would quickly become one of the largest online marketers for a number of consumer satellite products and services.

Today, Nick Molina is the CEO of International Vapor Group, which includes the popular brands South Beach Smoke and EverSmoke. He joined the company in late 2009 and is now the Chief Executive Officer. Molina has a proven record when it comes to public companies, IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, online and offline marketing, fundraising, and start-ups.

Posted by Admin On7th October 2009

Nick Molina’s career in wireless communication, Internet Service Providers, and satellite television shows that he’s not only a dedicated entrepreneur, but he also possesses an incredible versatility that most individuals do not have. Molina attended the University of Miami and attained a bachelor’s degree in business from that venerable institution. He was the founder and CEO of Let’s Talk Wireless and Cellular, a wildly popular chain of retail stores.

The chain of stores numbered over three-hundred location, most of them in strip malls, all over the U.S., as well as in Puerto Rico. Molina’s empire excelled in the sale of wireless communication devices, and in routers, fax machines and other devices. Let’s Talk Wireless and Cellular was named one of the nation’s top 500 fastest growing private businesses. Let’s Talk Wireless and Cellular was brought public in 1998. Nick Molina sold his share of the now-public company in 1999.

Molina sold a business that he founded and had presided over in 2003. It was, at the time, the largest of all consumer broadband providers in the United States. Circuit City bought a different business of his in 2005—it had been one of the largest satellite television dealers in the United States.

Additional Resources

Nick Molina :: Home Page
Nick Molina :: Article on Betaflow
Nick Molina :: Listed on
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Nick Molina :: Article on
Nick Molina :: Article on Tvbubble