Business Event in Historic Downtown Chandler To Discuss Local Business Owners Issues and Concerns.
Martin Sepulveda would personally like to invite you to meet at SanTan Brewery and discuss the issues that matter to you the most. Let’s field some tough questions, and together, formulate a solution to help you and our local businesses grow and prosper.
Where: SanTan Brewery
When: Feb 20th 2018 @ 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Martin Sepulveda is Currently running to become the 2018 Mayor of Chandler with a goal to serve our entire community. After serving two non-consecutive terms, Martin has the understanding and ability to lead Chandler as its next Mayor. A seventh-generation Arizonan with deep ties to Chandler; the Sepulveda family has lived in the East Valley for well over 100 years.After graduating from Arizona State University, Martin enlisted in the Marine Corps and later received a commission in the Navy. Mr. Sepulveda had the honor of leading American’s in combat operations, in the first Gulf War, Kosovo, multiple tours in the Middle East and in Afghanistan. In May of 2015, Martin retired from the United States Navy as a Commander, after more than 35 years of active and reserve service.
With the exception of military deployments, Martin has lived in Arizona his entire life. Martin and his wife have been married for 34 years and have been fortunate to raise their family in Chandler. Their son and daughter are now raising their families here as well.
“We believe in Chandler and want to make it an even better community for generations to come. As Mayor of Chandler Arizona, I will draw from 30 years of public and private sector experience. Chandler will once again lead in innovative and collaborative solutions to Economic Development. We will partner with job creators in the private sector and cut unnecessary bureaucracy and wasteful spending. We will create an environment where our educational institutions and businesses benefit from collaboration.”
As Mayor, Martin Sepulveda is committed to fully funding Public Safety. “We cannot maintain our quality of life, keep our neighborhoods and schools safe and hope to retain or attract businesses if we do not have adequate Public Safety. Chandler politicians have shamefully given themselves raises rather than hire more Police Officers. I will make sure that our first responders have what they need to keep Chandler safe.”