Galactic is an industry leader for Incentive Programs and Return On Investment (ROI) tracking for distribution models.

Gary Cornwell is the President of Galactic overseeing all areas of the company including fulfillment, information technology, business development, and aligning internal strategic business operations. Gary began his career at Galactic in the Information Technology department and has maintained his Microsoft Certified Professional credentials which include MCP, MCAD, MCSD, and MCDBA.

Gary is actively involved in the advancement of the Performance Improvement / Incentive industry, by partnering with established research foundations and independent incentive associations.

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  Diversity, with passion and drive.


That's a great way to describe Galactic Companies.  As I look around and actually pay attention to the various differences in our team members and their backgrounds, beliefs, ethnicities, culture, and ancestry, I see a lot of people that collectively work together in the same direction and in the best interest for the outcome of our solutions.  I'm proud of the fact that we actually have to pay attention to notice those differences here at Galactic.  And I am proud of each and every one of them as an individual and as a member of our global team.  It gives me a great sense of pride as well as comfort to know that no matter what is required of our team, and no matter the scale, we, as a team, can and will rise to the occasion.  Indeed, the future is bright for all of Galactic's companies.  I would say so bright that we have to wear shades, but that might date us.  So I will just say that it is full steam ahead and I am truly excited to be a witness to this eclectic group and w  hat they have already accomplished as well as all that lies ahead of us in the future, and their ability to earn and own the phrase, "Beyond the Ordinary"!

Have a great day and go out and see the world.



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  American Veterans


To all my brothers and sisters in the military, past, present, and future, I am honored by you, and your sacrifices, as well as the sacrifices of your families.

Every day at Galactic is Veterans Day.

God bless you all and God bless the United States of America. 

 Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

John 15:13




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  The importance of saying Thank You,


Thank, and you.  Two little words.  Put them together and they grow exponentially.  People don’t say thank you enough today.  We are all busy, and that is a good thing, but we should never lose track of just simply saying, “Thank you”.  Not just, “Thanks”; that cheapens it.  “Thank you!”  Whether it is someone holding a door open for you on the way into a convenience store, or the waiter that fills your half full glass of water, or the lady who blesses you after you sneeze.  Take the time to say thank you.  It might change someone’s day; even if just in a small way.

So with that being said, thank you.  Thank you for taking the time to visit our website.  Thank you for reading this silly little blog entry.  Thank you for the support you have provided to our company in whatever manner in which that occurred.  We appreciate you. 

Now, have a great day, and go see the world.



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  Dear Harley


Dear Harley,

I wasn’t home when you died.  I wish I had been.  I am grateful that it was me and not your mother that was gone though, if one of us had to be away.  She wouldn’t have dealt with your loss well while traveling.  You always understood when I had to go away for business.  And I could tell when I would get home that all was forgiven, by the way you would act when I walked back through the door.  It’s been tough without you.  The house has seemed so empty, even with five people doing all we could to mask the silence.  The boys took it a lot worse than I had expected.  Brooke was very upset that she wasn’t there with you at the end, as well.  Even though we know it was the right thing to do, it was one of the hardest decisions to make.  We miss you.  That is why it has taken me so long to write this.  Because I miss you.  It’s hard, even after the months that have passed, to put these simple words down on paper.  Our family has had several friends who have recently experienced the passing of a four legged member of their family as well.  The timing is weird.  It’s hard to let them know that you feel empathy for their loss, but to not bring it up so that their emotions don’t spill over.  But I know how they feel.  We took your ashes to the ranch with us with the intentions of spreading them where we feel was your favorite place on earth.  It was me that couldn’t go through with it.  But I think your mother was more than fine with that decision.  So for now, you are staying at the house and we will figure out when the time is right, what is right for you, and for us.  We are doing our best to move on with just your memories.  We do have another member of the family though.  This is Boomer. 


He’s a cute little fellow.  Pretty smart too.  You would have liked him.  Although I am sure you would have made it clear to him who the top dog in our pack was.  Although he can never replace you, he has brought some smiles back to the family that we needed.  Yesterday, the boys were playing with him and Gavin snuggled up next to me and wrapped his arms around mine and just whispered, “Daddy, I miss Harley”.  Gabriel acted like he didn’t hear him, but he swallowed hard and turned his head away.  So as you can see, my friend, you did your job.  And you will live for as long as we do.  Thank you for being a part of our family for as long as you could.  And thank you for loving us as much as we love you.  I will miss you always.  Say hello to Buck for me.  I will see you guys again someday.  But until then, enjoy chasing squirrels and swimming until your heart’s content.  And help us keep an eye on your little brother.  I’m sure he could use an extra eye or two on him. 

I love you, buddy.  Thank you.

Harley Rooster Davidson Cornwell


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  Every day should be a Memorial Day

At Galactic, we have a rich heritage of involvement with and support for our military.
We remember and honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country, as well as the family members who carry the burden of a great loss.
In our hearts, every day is Memorial Day.

May God bless our military; past, present, and future!
And may God bless the United States of America.

-Gary Cornwell


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