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Passionate about Pulaski County

I have had the fortune to have moved around the country and I have lived in small towns, large cities and everything in between. In all of my relocations and living experiences, I have never felt so "at home" as in the New River Valley. Pulaski County has been the most welcoming community in the NRV.
Dropping the flag to start a race at the MotorMile Speedway, golfing at the
beautiful courses in Pulaski and visiting Claytor State Park have been some ways I have enjoyed my time in Pulaski County.

My first real introduction to Pulaski came three years ago when I started working with the Pulaski Chamber of Commerce. I have also
worked during this time with Peggy White, who embodies the mission of the Chamber. At every event I have attended, Peggy is passionate about advancing Pulaski’s economy and quality of life.

I have worked with local officials and found that many are assets to this great community. The vision and mission for this county is
powerful and will take us into the future.

Today, I am blessed to work for a company who holds this same core value of service to community, SERVPRO. Our company understands the loss recently experienced by the citizens of Pulaski, through the fire that destroyed the Train Station. This museum stands for those leaders who built this community in the 1800s and the contributions of those not so long ago. Our company helps families on a daily basis who suffer losses from fire and water. We are proud to be a part of serving the Pulaski community by donating use of equipment to restore contents of the Train Station.

So when asked about the passion I see in Pulaski, it is the sense of service and caring of its citizens, business leaders, and municipal government leaders. I am passionate about Pulaski County.

Local leaders will share their thoughts in this space each week to tell why they are
"Passionate about Pulaski County."
Sponsored by The Southwest Times and the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce

Passionate about Pulaski County

I have had the fortune to have moved around the country and I have lived in small towns, large cities and everything in between. In all of my relocations and living experiences, I have never felt so "at home" as in the New River Valley. Pulaski County has been the most welcoming community in the NRV.
Dropping the flag to start a race at the MotorMile Speedway, golfing at the
beautiful courses in Pulaski and visiting Claytor State Park have been some ways I have enjoyed my time in Pulaski County.

My first real introduction to Pulaski came three years ago when I started working with the Pulaski Chamber of Commerce. I have also
worked during this time with Peggy White, who embodies the mission of the Chamber. At every event I have attended, Peggy is passionate about advancing Pulaski’s economy and quality of life.

I have worked with local officials and found that many are assets to this great community. The vision and mission for this county is
powerful and will take us into the future.

Today, I am blessed to work for a company who holds this same core value of service to community, SERVPRO. Our company understands the loss recently experienced by the citizens of Pulaski, through the fire that destroyed the Train Station. This museum stands for those leaders who built this community in the 1800s and the contributions of those not so long ago. Our company helps families on a daily basis who suffer losses from fire and water. We are proud to be a part of serving the Pulaski community by donating use of equipment to restore contents of the Train Station.

So when asked about the passion I see in Pulaski, it is the sense of service and caring of its citizens, business leaders, and municipal government leaders. I am passionate about Pulaski County.

Local leaders will share their thoughts in this space each week to tell why they are
"Passionate about Pulaski County."
Sponsored by The Southwest Times and the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce