Friday, September 09, 2011

Press Release - Michael Gibb Announces Candidacy for Delmar Town Council

Press Release
Michael Gibb Announces Candidacy for Delmar Town Council

Delmar resident seeks to improve quality of life for neighbors

Delmar, MD, September 7, 2011: On Sept 7th, Delmar resident Michael Gibb officially announced his candidacy to fill one of two open town commissioner seats open for election. A Delmar resident and Eastern Shore native, Gibb offers voters a viable candidate with more than 20 years of experience as a business leader and community volunteer.

“These are tough times for Delmar residents. And when the times get tough, we all have to chip in to improve our community. I want to make a difference and give back to my community by working for the community” says Gibb.

Gibb has more than 20 years of experience within the business community. Currently, Gibb serves as Sales Manager at Inacom Information Systems. As a volunteer, Gibb has worked on quality of life issues for Seniors, including:

• Being a Master of Ceremonies for the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk
• Lobbied elected political leaders in Annapolis and Washington for senior care
• Been Involved with fundraising for The MS Society and American Cancer Society
• Gave public educational seminars on Medicare Part D prior to and after its release
• Has served on several committees and public groups

“We have two open seats this election, and I am putting myself before the people to let them know I would like to step up and help make Delmar a better place to live. We need to improve our town’s business climate to bring in more jobs, work on our water issues, and reduce crime. At the same time, we need to keep an eye on preserving the small town charm that attracts us to living in Delmar.”

Gibb has lived on the Eastern Shore for 42 years, the last 4 in Delmar. He has been married to Tracy for 14 years, and they have two sons. Michael attends Salisbury University, while Alex attends Delmar Middle School.

Gibb welcomes any resident to contact him to discuss his candidacy, the major issues currently facing Delmar, and learn more about his personal qualifications to represent the town as a commissioner. He may be reached at

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