Justin Boyles announces candidacy
Hello Franklin County! I’d like to introduce myself to everyone in this county. My name is Justin Boyles, and I am a lifelong resident of Franklin County. I am currently running for County Commissioner District 3.
I am the son of Ken and Rhonda Boyles of Russellville. I have one sister, Keslie Boyles, and I am the grandson of Joyce Boyles and the late Qualand Boyles of Russellville, Pat Reedy of Russellville and Richard Sandlin of Decatur.
I graduated from Russellville High School in 2004, where I played golf and earned a scholarship to Northwest Shoals. After two years there I attended the University of Alabama and returned to my home in Russellville, where I worked for CB&S Bank and went to college and graduated from the University of North Alabama with a business degree in Marketing. After I graduated from UNA I worked for Phillip Parker Sales Inc. for four years and Parker Distributing Inc. for the last three years until, Sept, 21, 2016, I purchased CJ’S Grocery in Belgreen. I have only been there a few weeks, but I have enjoyed talking and getting to know so many people! It has been such a blessing to be in such a warm, friendly location with lots of great people. CJ’s is a great business and has been a part of the community for so many years, but one of the reasons I wanted to purchase the store is to be able to meet and interact with lots of people and help out everyone in the community.
I am running for County Commissioner District 3, and I ask you for your vote and support Nov. 8. We’ve got a lot of work to do, and as your commissioner I will always have an open door, and all questions that are asked, I will give you a straight honest answer. If I don’t know the answer, I promise that I will get an answer and get back with you. I will always be ready to listen to the citizens of our great county and make all decisions for the betterment of the whole county.
Not only do I want to be a “Road Commissioner,” I want to make the Road to our county more appealing to youth of the county to keep them here to work, live and raise their families.