NORTH CANTON -- The first time Vince Barry arrived in Vietnam, it was in uniform with the U.S. Marine Corps.
Now, more than forty years later, Barry is starting a new business.
He's toured the country six times, from bottom to mountain top, particularly the stunning Marble Mountains near a Vietnamese aviation facility used by Marines in the war.
Their product now is art.
"These people do this magnificent work of artistry. And I believe that America and the world needs to know that it's there," said Vince Berry. "And it could be something that's a part of their home."
Barry is bringing that marble back to the U.S. to start a new business -- Marble Mountain Direct.
The small business venture is a labor of love for the U.S. and Vietnam for Barry. With the profits, he hopes to help further his work in orphanages in Vietnam.
You can learn more about Marble Mountain Direct by clicking here.