A Busy District Work Week
With the House out of session, it was great to spend time visiting Tenth District constituents. I spent Tuesday in Maiden, beginning with a visit to LOV Home Decor & More. Veteran Kevin Popko created the non-profit, Love Our Veterans, to assist local veterans with their specific needs. His store helps fund his mission to provide tailored assistance to those that have given so much to us. Thank you to Kevin and his family as well as all the employees, volunteers, and board members that welcomed me to your store. I am grateful for your service to our veterans and our community.
Later in the day, it was wonderful to spend some time with Maiden officials and hear about all the town has going on. Many thanks to Mayor Max Bumgarner, Town Manager Todd Herms, and Police Chief Tracy Ledford for all you do to serve the residents of Maiden and the NC-10 community.
When back home in the Tenth District I always enjoy being in-studio at WHKY. It was great to give a Washington update on First Talk with Hal Rowe and outline my fight against the far left agenda of President Biden and the Democrats.
On Wednesday, I visited furniture maker Design Foundry in Catawba County to learn about the innovative culture they have fostered to attract and retain employees as the company continues its rapid growth. I am proud the Tenth District continues to be a leader in manufacturing.
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