Husslein Completes Cross Country “Little Big Ride”; Raises More than $100K


Guam – Guam TakeCare Insurance CEO Joseph Husslein has successfully completed his cross-country ride for  Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

Husslein told the K-57 Breakfast Show this morning [Monday] that he took his bicycle for a ceremonial dip in the Atlantic Ocean at Isle of Palms in Charleston, South Carolina on Friday [Guam time].

Listen to Host Ray Gibson’s interview of Husslein this morning on the K-57 Breakfast Show

Husslein road the 3,240 miles across the country in 41 days. He started out in Santa Barbara on September 13th. His ride has raised $102,377 for the charity, with more donations still being tallied.

Donations can still be made online at

Husslein started his trek on September 12 th in Santa Barbara, CA where he first dipped his back wheel in the Pacific Ocean.

He logged over 1 million pedal strokes and climbed the equivalent of 5 ½ Mount Everest summits along a route that took him through 11 states. Through daily tweets, blogs, numerous media appearances, and personal visits to local agencies from the West to the East Coast, Husslein devoted each mile to helping raise money, awareness and volunteer interest for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

The charity helps children overcome adversity and better position them to reach their full potential by making meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteer mentors (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”).

The 48-year-old Husslein hails from Guam where he is President and CEO of TakeCare Health Systems and Veiovis, a medical travel company.

To learn more about Husslein’s Little Big Ride go to