Greg Vital’s 10th District State Senate Campaign has opened an office in Bradley County at 2167 APD 40. Volunteers and supporters can schedule a time to pick up yard signs, bumper stickers, and other campaign materials at the headquarters by calling 423 490-7451.
“The enthusiasm throughout Bradley County for this campaign is energizing,” said Mr. Vital. “We’re excited to have headquarters now open here as well as in Hamilton County. The great people of Bradley County deserve their own headquarters so they can come in and discuss the issues in the 10th District.”
The newly-created 10th District includes parts of Hamilton County and Bradley County. Senator Bo Watson will continue to serve portions of Hamilton County in District 11, and Senator Mike Bell will continue to serve portions of Bradley County in District 9.
Mr. Vital is a lifelong conservative Republican who supports limited government, 2nd amendment rights, and free enterprise. As a small businessman, he understands the value of a balanced budget and the importance of job development and growth.
After a decade of executive service at Life Care Centers of America, in 1996 Mr. Vital founded Morning Pointe Assisted Living and Alzheimer’s Memory Care, headquartered in Ooltewah. Morning Pointe now provides over 800 jobs for families within our community. He is also a board member of The Enterprise Center, a nonprofit organization focused on promoting technology-related economic growth in the Chattanooga area through public/private partnerships.
Currently, Mr. Vital serves the 10th District in a variety of leadership roles, including as a board member of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, the Chattanooga/Hamilton County Hospital Authority, and the Friends of Moccasin Bend National Park, where he has underwritten the Moccasin Bend Lecture Series for six years.
Mr. Vital is committed to promoting education, and he serves as a member of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor’s Roundtable and as an expert advisor to Chattanooga State College’s health care training initiatives.
Mr. Vital and his wife Carlene live in Chattanooga with two children, and raise buffalo on a farm in Georgetown.
For more information, please visit the Vital Campaign Headquarters, or call 423 490-7451.