As an entrepreneur, Scott and his business partner started a fleet fueling software company, Fuelman.com, with a four person small office, innovating new technologies. In just 7 short years they were in a 14,000 sq ft bldg with 70 employees generating gross sales exceeding $100 million annually.
Reeling in contracts including Coca-Cola, the Louisiana State Police, and UPS, he provided results in sales, marketing, client retention, and hiring. They sold their interest in Fuelman to venture capital.
His next endeavor was philanthropic, creating a leadership team feeding 20,000 people the 1st 60 days after Hurricane Katrina. Scott also fed 3000 first responders for Thanksgiving in downtown New Orleans, covered by all major networks and Good Morning America. Donors included Butterball and Coca-Cola, with the Soup Nazi personally providing the soup.