Justin and Courtney Jenison: Joe Bird is our choice
To the editor:
There are certain attributes about a person that make them an obvious candidate for leadership positions in our community. That person is honest, decisive, strong and community minded.
During the past several years, we have had the privilege of getting to know Joe Bird both personally and professionally. In this time and in those settings we consistently find him to be honest, decisive, strong and community minded.
As the manager of Cook Chevy automotive shops we have watched Joe firsthand model his integrity in how he deals with quality and customer care. Joe has decisively built a team of employees to ensure quality work and customer satisfaction, taking into consideration any and all concerns.
It is obvious from the way Joe approaches and views his career that he strives for excellence in all that he does.
It seems that most conversations with Joe involve him asking our thoughts and opinions about how to bring revenue, opportunities and continued improved quality of life to our Craig community. He understands that in doing so he is sometimes faced with tough decisions which he views and handles not as problems to be solved, but rather, opportunities for continued growth in our community. Joe goes out of his way to support and encourage small businesses, desiring to see them thrive and be successful. Even to a fault, Joe’s personal and professional life really do exemplify Rotary’s motto of “Service above Self.”
It is an honor and privilege to write this letter of support for honest, decisive, strong and community minded Joe Bird.
If your heart is to see the community of Craig continue to improve, we encourage you to vote Joe Bird for Craig City Council.
Justin and Courtney Jenison
Jenison Custom Builders, INC.
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