Rod Beaumont comes bustling in to a small Prescott conference room, a few minutes late for a scheduled visit. He looks somewhat stressed, as if he has been terribly busy but will interrupt his work as a courtesy. His hair is longer and his build stockier than a publicity picture on the Internet depicts. His denim shirt -- adorned by an embroidered "America's Promise" logo of a little red wagon -- is tucked into pants held up by a belt featuring a large buckle and some sort... More >>>