Randy Boyd running online ad on ‘running all my life’

 

News release from Randy Boyd campaign

Nashville, TN – Randy Boyd  and his Republican  campaign for Governor today launched the first paid advertisement of the 2018 gubernatorial campaign, with a statewide digital buy designed to introduce the Knoxville businessman and state’s  former  economic and community development commissioner to more   than 500,000 proven Republican primary voters across  the state.

The new ad entitled, “Randy Boyd: A Different Story” shares details about Boyd’s early days growing up in South Knoxville, being the first in his family to  graduate from college, his devotion to  faith, family, and conservative values, and  his success as an entrepreneur in    growing a small start-up business into one that today has more than 700 employees in seven different countries.

The ad  also highlights that Boyd, who recently  completed the Boston   Marathon, as well as half-marathons in Chattanooga, Jackson, and Knoxville, is an avid runner with the energy, experience, and enthusiasm it will take to create even greater opportunities for  all Tennesseans.

In the ad, Boyd  introduces himself:  “I’m Randy Boyd, and I’m not a professional politician. But I’ve been running all my life…running to   be a better husband, to be a better father, running to make the world a better place than I found it.  And now, I’m running for Governor…to make Tennessee THE State of Opportunity…opportunity for a better   education, opportunity for better jobs, opportunity for everyone.

Chip Saltsman,  CEO of  the Boyd campaign, said the biographical ad will run over the next two weeks on multiple digital    advertising platforms, including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, as well as search engine and state news media sites, and at RandyBoyd.com.

 

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