RELEASE: TWO CURRENT, ONE FORMER LITTLETON SELECTMEN ENDORSE RICK GREEN FOR CONGRESS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JULY 23, 2018
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Current Littleton Selectmen Joseph Knox and Chuck DeCoste, and former Littleton Selectman Paul Avella join the growing list of MA3 municipal and community leaders supporting Rick Green.
Knox, DeCoste, and Avella said that Green is an entrepreneurial leader who understands how to bring jobs to the Third District. They emphasized that Green will improve the district's business environment, encouraging continued economic growth.
“Serving in local government has taught us that economic development is critical to maintaining the vibrancy of our communities. As a practical, real-world business leader who built a first-class company, Rick Green understands how to attract businesses to our towns, create jobs, and make the Third District an economic powerhouse. His focus on lower taxes and fiscally responsible government will make our region a better place to live, work, and raise a family. He will make an outstanding representative for our district, and we are proud to endorse him for Congress.”
“Our district has enormous potential, and I look forward to working with elected officials at all levels of government to realize it. Together, we will empower economic growth and opportunity, and improve quality of life for everyone in the district” said Green. “I am grateful to Selectmen Knox and DeCoste and former Selectman Avella for their endorsement and support of my campaign.”
Rick Green is the Co-Founder and CEO of 1A Auto, one of the country’s largest online auto parts companies. Rick and his brother Mike founded 1A to help people repair their own cars. The company succeeded due to one crucial innovation: 1A empowers their customers with a comprehensive series of practical how-to videos, free on their website.
Rick is a graduate of North Middlesex High School in Townsend, MA. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Cornell University, where he played wide receiver on the varsity football team. After college, Rick went to work in the aerospace industry, quickly finding his way to the most prestigious employer in that field, NASA.
Today, Rick lives in Pepperell with his wife Maggie and their children Finlay (8), Tessa (6), and Gifford (4). He is a Cub Scout Den Leader and a soccer coach. The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, the state’s most influential fiscal and good governance watchdog organization, recently honored Rick for his service. He founded the group and served as its board chair until earlier this year.