Dublin, Texas recently welcomed Brad Stanford, new executive director of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, and the town is expecting great things from him, according to Dublin blogger, Patty Hirst who submitted the article below. If you are not catching Patty’s blog, you are missing a treat!
Talk about a ball of energy! Brad Stanford the new Director of the Dublin, Texas Chamber of Commerce is ready to lead our community with pizzazz, spirit, vitality, zeal, zest, and zing!!!!
Stop by the chamber office at 111 South Patrick Street in Dublin and see for yourself what he brings to this very important position.
I first met Brad last summer when the Community Unity lunches were meeting to plan St. Patrick’s Day 2012. I clearly remember that my first impression of him was what fresh ideas he offered, the excitement in his voice, his willingness to work.
In the year that our paths have crossed at various community events, I always walk away from talking to him thinking, “Yes! We can do that!”
The Dublin Chamber has hit a homerun in choosing this young man to lead us!
As his vocation, Brad uses custom technology to guide business owners and their employees in obtaining the very, very best from their products and services, thus lending a helping hand in directing small businesses through the changing and often challenging world of the modern marketplace.
Brad’s dream is to bring folks from major cities surrounding Dublin to our hometown and for Dublin to be viewed as the perfect weekend destination, showcasing fresh food and sharing the value and enjoyment of farming, gardening, and common-sense living.
Back to St. Pat’s 2012—that leprechaun that danced down the street in the parade with the Shamrock Princess—the one dressed in that handsome green velvet suit, well that was Brad.
Little did any of us know that a few short months later Dublin would be looking for a new chamber director. What a job audition!
Dublin is excited to have Brad Sanford on board and at the helm of the Dublin Chamber Commerce—look for very smooth sailing!