Release: Rick Green will host a series of "Town Hall Meetings" across MA3
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 24, 2018
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The Green campaign announced today that Rick Green will host a series of Town Hall Meetings across MA3.
“I believe the best way to serve people is to engage with them regarding issues of their choosing, in their communities, as frequently as possible” said Green. The objective of the Town Hall Meetings is to take and answer unscripted questions from undecided voters. The campaign plans to hold as many as 10 open invitation and public town hall style events in different communities.
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.