Mealer Automobile. Blatt-Soda biofuel, et al.

Quite a few people have inquired about opportunity with Mealer Companies LLC.

Funding is not 100% yet, but as we get to that point we will need hundreds of people for immediate help within the company, plus the hundreds in the construction industry as well as thousands more in the companies related to our manufacturing and products. Why not play a part? It can’t hurt to throw some info about yourself together, send it to us and discuss where you feel you can fit in.

We can use designers, drafting experts, get-it-done personnel, a basic, yet highly trainable labor staff for all aspects of automotive and electrical manufacturing, public realtions, security, and a host of business people. Mealer Companies needs a nationwide automotive dealership network. In fact, we would like to sign up dealers as soon as possible.

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Spread the word… Many automotive dealers just lost their businesses or were cut by the new car czar and as the saying goes: When one door closes, another door opens.

No… We won’t give you an email address, because we want  only those types of thinking people who are capable of fending for themselves to offer their services. Those who will easily figure out how to contact Mealer Companies via email, or through the post or in youtube or any other social media outlet. Figure it out… my name and my website URL combined as an email will get a direct message to me. Be prepared to move to Arizona…

If you read through this brief wordpress site, you will see our plans for helping create more jobs across the USA and elsewhere in the world. Where do you fit in?

Whether it’s a major long time player in our company or someone wishing to learn while they earn a great living and move on to a new and exciting company of their own, we’ve got a few (at least eight) ears to hear some of your ideas. Qualified investors and trainable employees are always welcome with Mealer Companies. As we expand our job training courses and help our well trained candidates seek their own niche in the world of  (hopefully-USA-based) manufacturing or whatever well planned and precisely documented, worthwhile business venture they seek to fund… You will see an even greater opportunity for investment.

I’ll add to this post later.



The MEALER is about you, your family, your country and the choices you make.
Wherever you may live and whoever you may be.


19 Responses to “Opportunity with Mealer Companies LLC”

  1. Rob Ginocchio on August 24th, 2009 8:59 PM

    I just read some comments you’ve made on yahoo and investigated your website here. It takes guts to go out on a political limb in public as a businessman. I appreciate that and obviously share some of your views on topics of the day. If you ever need short samples of gear rod for engineering/prototyping and I’ve got the stock, let me know. I’ll ship you what you need no charge if I’ve got it. Not sure if the use will be there, but over the years I’ve had a number of automotive parts manufacuters use my stock for one thing or another. Good Luck.

  2. Calvin E. Camps on August 25th, 2009 6:50 AM

    Dear Mr Mealer,

    I work direct with Angel Investor we would have
    vey high interest in investing in your green
    engergy projects. Please contact Calvin CXXXX

    Gainesville Florida

  3. JLM on August 25th, 2009 2:53 PM

    Thank you Rob.

    The truth is the truth and I would not be able to face myself in the mirror if I wasn’t trying to do what is right and honest.
    I really don’t know how so many politicians today can sleep at night when they know they are lying, cheating and outright destroying our nation.

    I will take you up on that offer for materials… Even if we purchase it from you to keep you busy and with cash in the bank.

    JL Mealer

  4. Fred Mars on August 25th, 2009 5:44 PM

    I’d work for you tomorrow John. Your a good man with good ideas that will benefit humanity.

  5. JLM on August 25th, 2009 9:04 PM

    Thank you Fred Mars…. I wish we were in hiring mode right now (you’d have a great administrative job with us).
    Your ‘fixamerica’ blog could be a major stepping stone for the future if only the majority of people would just pay attention to reality rather than TV and sports.

    JL Mealer

  6. Poly Endrasik Jr on September 5th, 2009 1:29 PM

    Hi John, I liked your comment”But of course the schools and text books do exactly that.” and am intrigued by your company / goals. I recently “early retired” from Chrysler after 26 years, starting with American Motors Corporation as prototype build tech. Lack of innovative spirit and politics is a primary reason I left when presented the opportunity, now I am trying my own hand at business. After AMC was bought by Chrysler, each year and new owner seemed to be less tolerant of innovators (I did work hard to implement the first video conferencing system which included integrated CAD sharing in 1991 – a decade ahead of it’s time – and have tried to stay on edge of technology but it was tough).

    Anyway, if I can be of assistance let me know, I didn’t leave all my ideas with the OEM before I left!

    Here’s the link to my LinkedIn profile:

    Good luck and God bless!

  7. Christa Linderer on September 8th, 2009 6:18 AM

    John –

    I liked your comment to Fred Mars (Your ‘fixamerica’ blog could be a major stepping stone for the future if only the majority of people would just pay attention to reality rather than TV and sports.)
    A few months ago, my husband and I decided to cancel our cable TV service and go with good quality Netflix movies every now and then. The propaganda on TV is a shame to any intelligent person.
    I’ve been following some of your comments on Automotive News and I am sure I will find a way to get my resume to you. I’m a business person, analytical, supportive and getting things done. My previous employer, developing Hybrid technology for BMW, closed their office in MI and relocated to Germany.
    Best of luck!

  8. Kelly Blankenship on September 8th, 2009 3:40 PM

    Very interesting company, I would be interested in participating in discussions – specifically around compliance related issues and fair lending. As you know the Obama administration is going to be coming down hard on finance companies. They must be ready or they will be hit with fines and possible cease and desists.

  9. Baltazar Pinon Neri on September 9th, 2009 2:10 PM

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    Baltazar Pinon Neri(Linked in Auto OEM)
    Director Consultor
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  10. Idris Muhammad on September 9th, 2009 3:43 PM

    In response to JL Mealer’s posting on Linked-In, I am interested to apply. I am mechanical engineer with MBA, CQE and extensive experience in supplier quality and plant quality management. Please advise how to send my resume to you. I am open for salary and relocation.
    Idris Muhammad

  11. Martin Jennings on September 22nd, 2009 5:51 AM


    I applaud you for your fortitude. I happen to be one of those who agree with your political premise, and admire you for your willingness to stand, alone if necessary, to 1) prove the naysayers wrong, 2) produce something that brings back America to what it once was and can be again, 3) never forgetting the objective: safety, economy, and style.

    I’m sure you’ve seen this before, but if not, Google “The Power of Leadership”…it will motivate, empower and reflect what Mealer is and will be as well as what it must go through!1

    My congratulations. Unfortunately, I am the least mechanically inclined individual you’ll ever meet,however, I excel in public relations and persuading even the most steadfast opponents to understand reason and benefits. When your operation is ready for exposure and need someone to communicate with ALL stakeholders, I’d be honored to assist you.

  12. Scott Palmer on September 30th, 2009 11:01 AM

    JL Mealer
    Mealer Companies LLC
    America’s Next Major Automaker
    & 100% Self-Regen­erative-Fu­eled
    High Capacity Electricity Producing Device MFG

    Mr. Mealer, et al:,

    We had the chance to chat recently on The Huffington Post and I thought I’d get my resume to you in advance of your funding approval.
    I have been an Entrepreneur of a photography studio for some time now, however due to cutbacks and the economy, I feel it is time for me to utilize my talents in a more productive and profitable manner. I am an older adult with years of life experience and knowledge of the daily machinations of managing a business. These life skills allow me to be innovative, reliable and perhaps more dedicated than someone just coming to the workforce.

    I feel this position is a good fit for me, having been in my own business for a time. I believe I have many talents and benefits to offer you and my experience will help me be an asset to your company in a very short time.

    I am comfortable working independently or as part of a team and am highly motivated. I have extensive experience with the needs of clientele and am able to communicate effectively. Other skills I can bring to your organization include: Management/Sales practices, Creative Thinking, and Organization, Research and extensive Computer skills, as well as Aggressive Media and Writing potential. I believe you will find my background and experience applicable to some of your needs .

    I am geographically mobile and am willing to begin employment immediately. I would appreciate a personal interview at your earliest convenience. Please contact me at the address and phone number below. I am eager to further discuss my qualifications and view your facility.

    Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon.


    Scott V. Palmer
    2888 Hwy 43 South
    Loretto, TN. 38469
    931.852.2271 (home)
    931.244.0750 (cell)


    Scott V. Palmer

    2888 Hwy 43 South
    Loretto, TN. 38469
    931.852.2271 (home)
    931.244.0750 (cell)


    · Media Consultant/Photographer/Studio Manager

    AngelPalm Studios, Loretto, TN – Apr. 05 to Apr. Present

    Overseeing all aspects of media management publishing/writing solutions and innovative implementation.
    Photographer/Videographer – All digital studio solutions. Utilized Adobe CS3 suite for digital image manipulation and correction, Portrait Professional, Adobe Lightroom 2
    Daily management of studio/office, support staff/assistants and crew to include contractors and sub-contract services.
    Built strong client base with residual contact. Built company value with smart purchasing.
    AngelPalm Studios
    Loretto, TN. 38469
    931.852.2271 (home)
    931.244.0750 (cell)

    · Media Content Manager

    Writer’s Research Guild – Apr. 03 to Apr. 05

    Provided Internet content and solutions for a subsidiary of Google, DEMAND Media and
    Wrote high value SEO content and completed research for web-based content solutions providing users with solutions and information on various topics and issues.
    Writers Research Group, LLC
    PO Box 891568
    Oklahoma City, OK 73189-1568
    Phone: 405-681-5074

    · Network Consultant

    Palmer Network Consulting, Ozark, AL – Apr. 00 to Apr. 03

    Overseeing all aspects of network management solutions and implementation.
    Saved company over $200k in second year by innovation and strong product research.

    · Network Manager

    Thomson Newspapers Corporation, Dothan, AL – Apr. 99 – Apr. 00

    Major Responsibilities:
    Began as IT support technician handling hardware/software trouble-shooting, installation, and maintenance of corporate network systems.
    Implementation, installation and maintenance of $1.8 million Windows NT network involving a Windows/Macintosh heterogeneous environment encompassing five local newspapers and over 245 workstations, 12 Windows NT servers, 14 Macintosh database servers and 1 AP wire service station. Maintained a Microsoft Exchange Intranet/Internet mail server with over 300 clients. WAN/LAN/VPN and wireless solution experience.
    Software utilized: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, Quark Xpress 6, PC Anywhere, All Norton Utilities and Antivirus products, Timbuktu Pro, Baseview software, NewsEdit Pro, AppleShare IP, Windows NT 5, Mac OS X and above, Windows 98/00/XP SP2/Vista. Some experience with New Media and Internet applications.

    · Computer Technician
    Thomson Newspapers Corporation, Dothan, AL – Jan. 99 to Apr. 99

    · Senior Graphics Illustrator
    Thomson Newspapers Corporation, Dothan, AL – Oct. 98 to Jan. 99

    · Senior Writer/Graphics Illustrator
    Thrifty Nickel Want Ads, Dothan, AL – Feb. 97 to Oct. 98

    Create and write all ads and designs for customers utilizing Corel Suite, Pagemaker, Quark Express, Adobe Photoshop/ Illustrator in both Mac and PC formats. Perform strip/layout and meet all deadlines. All advertisement copywriting. Experienced in hardware and software troubleshooting and design.

    Scott V. Palmer
    Page 2

    · Senior Newspaper Reporter/Photographer

    Apalachicola Times, Apalachicola, FL – Jan 96 to Jan 97

    Performed all newsgathering, feature writing and photography for weekly newspaper. Did strip/layout and production of headlines and masts utilizing Aldus Pagemaker and Quark Express/Photoshop applications for Mac and PC platforms.

    · Senior Issues Researcher

    Florida State Chamber of Commerce, St. Petersburg, FL – Aug. 95 to Dec. 95

    Developed reports and written scripts/copy dealing with new Florida legislative issues. Assisted manager in soliciting business for community support for the Chamber.

    · Senior Account Liaison

    Raymond James and Associates, St. Petersburg, FL – Apr. 90 to Aug. 95

    Portfolio Representative to clients and the Account Executives and Brokers. Executed securities trading over New York Stock Exchange via IBM trading software. Acted as Account Manager for 24 employees.



    Word Processing, proof reading, office equipment operation, script, copy and feature writing, headlines, deadlines, accuracy in reporting and research, AR/AP, broadcast experience. Proficient in all aspects of digital photography and design. Proficient in Adobe Photoshop CS3, all Word product suites, and most publishing software. Talented web researcher and solution provider.


    On-Air talent and producer for WFSU and FAMU classical music block.
    On-Air talent and producer for 102.5 St. Petersburg, FL. contemporary and classical rock request hour.


    Available on request

  13. Joe Plajstek on October 9th, 2009 2:55 PM

    Dear Mr. Mealer

    Like to send you my resume, you will see that my background/experience in marketing and sales for a luxury automaker is a perfect fit for your new product. You have what it takes to be successful, passion.


  14. Wil Thomas on November 4th, 2009 12:44 PM

    Before you go out and sign up a host of traditional auto-dealers, I’d like to run an idea I’ve been mulling over by you. See, I am of the opinion that the traditional dealership model used by, well everyone in the auto industry, is yesterdays’ news. It is old hat.

    This is the 21st century. the age of Google, Facebook & Twitter. Isn’t there a better way to bring world-class transportation to the masses?

    I’m not a marketing genius. Just a guy with an idea.


  15. Chris G. Deschacht on November 5th, 2009 12:10 PM

    Dear Mr. Mealer,

    After reading your recent response to a post on expressing your wishes to remain in Arizona I would like to offer our services. I am an Arizona Commercial REALTOR and can assist you with site locator service as well as site acquisition (or any other real estate services for that matter).

    As real estate is my first love, I am partial to it. However, should the opportunity ever present itself to work for a company with innovative ideas like Mealer American Motors I would have to consider it long and hard.

    Either way, I wish you the best in any of your current and future endeavours and will be following your progress closely.

    Respectfully yours,

    Chris G. Deschacht
    Bullhead City, Arizona

  16. Joe Barr on January 3rd, 2010 12:54 PM

    Hello JL,

    In the past five years I’ve been involved in securing funding for revolutionary CVT’s (continuously Variable Transmissions for both Bicycles and scooters). Get used to sleeping only a few hours each night and fighting those traditional forces who will throw doubt in your path with each step you take. However, I see the light in your future if you just have the determination to not be pushed back by those who have it as their agenda for you to give up.


  17. Dann Therrien on January 7th, 2010 1:19 PM

    Let me know where to send my resume… This is soooo exciting!

  18. steven odell on February 12th, 2011 3:44 PM

    JL, I used to work for an R&D firm and loved wearing many different hats (the technology worked, but the Principals were thieves, hence the subsequent SEC involvment). Let me know when you can use a researcher, designer, draftsman, copy writer, PR man, welder, fabricator and painter, okay? I will even take my turn cooking in the lunchroom. ;>)

    Steven O.

  19. JLM on February 12th, 2011 4:56 PM

    Most certainly Steven. Once I get through the lawsuit or gather funding, I will contact you. Send a resume to me using my name (no spaces) AT yahoo.
    JL Mealer

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