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Matt Bevin

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Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Company

HQ Phone:  (860) 267-4431

Email: m***@***.com

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Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Company

10 Bevin Road

East Hampton, Connecticut,06424

United States

Company Description

Bevin Brothers, one of the oldest continuously operated factories in Connecticut, is the last remnant of a once-thriving industry that earned East Hampton the nickname "Bell Town, USA," an improbable holdout in a business that has moved to the low-wage produce... more

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Employment History

Governor

Kentucky , Inc.


Affiliations

Kentucky Exposition Center

Board Member


The KDP

President, Chief Investor, Or A Board Member


Boone

County Clerk


Neuronetrix Inc

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AcademicMerit LLC

Board Member


Bloomsburg University

Member of the Board of Managers


Education

Gould Academy


MIT


Massachusetts Institute of Technology


East Asian Studies

Washington and Lee University


bachelor's degree

Japanese and East Asian Studies


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Executive Board | SOAR

www.soar-ky.org [cached]

Matt Bevin was elected Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2015.
He is a husband, a father of nine children, a veteran and a small business owner. Bevin worked for many years in the financial industry. A job opportunity brought Gov. Bevin and his wife, Glenna, a registered nurse, to Kentucky 17 years ago, when they decided to put down roots and raise their family. Gov. Bevin has founded several companies in Kentucky and invested in a number of others in the Commonwealth and around the United States. He has managed and expanded multiple businesses, creating many good paying jobs for hard working Americans. These companies range from manufacturing to investment management to medical devices. In 2011, Gov. Bevin also became the sixth generation President of Bevin Bros., a small bell manufacturing company that began in 1832. He makes all the bells used by the Salvation Army volunteers each year. The company was bankrupt when Matt took over and he saved more than 25 jobs. Gov. Bevin has served on many non-profit boards, including Chairman of the Board for the American Red Cross, Louisville Area Chapter. He has permanently endowed several scholarship funds, grants, and centers that provide educational opportunities for young people with limited financial resources.??? Governor Matt Bevin


Veterans for Congress - The Patriot PAC

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Matt Bevin
Military Service: U.S. Army Matt Bevin grew up in a financially humble home, built on a bedrock of strong Christian values, and was encouraged by his parents to pursue the American Dream. He is running for the U.S. Senate because he believes that the chance for future generations to achieve their own American Dream is in danger of being destroyed by elite politicians out of touch with the hardworking, independent-minded taxpayers that make our country great. He attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia with a four-year ROTC scholarship. He also worked 20-25 hours each week in the dining hall and at campus events to earn extra money. Upon graduation in 1989, Matt was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain. He spent four years on active duty with primary responsibilities as the 5th Mechanized Infantry Division Artillery's counterfire officer. In 2008, Matt began helping out at Bevin Bros. -- a bell manufacturing company that had been in the Bevin family since it opened its doors in 1832. Besieged by high taxes and foreign competition, Bevin Bros. was on the verge of bankruptcy and Matt's uncle was planning to shut it down. In 2011, Matt became the President of Bevin Bros. In only a year, he paid off all the company's debts and back taxes, modernized the business model, and saved more than 20 jobs. After the company was struck by lightning in 2012 and burned to the ground, Matt started over yet again. Matt is a firm believer in this country's founding ideals: Individual liberty, limited government, and constitutional principles. He is a job creator who believes American taxpayers deserve more than the failed policies of recent decades -- more than the repeated bailouts, tax increases, amnesty, automatic debt-limit increases, congressional pay raises, and backdoor special-interest deals.


www.mattbevin.com

Growing up in a small, rural town, Matt was the second of six children and was raised to appreciate the importance of strong values and hard work.
After high school, Matt attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia with a four-year ROTC scholarship. He also worked 20-25 hours each week in the dining hall and working security at campus events to earn extra money. Upon graduation in 1989, Matt was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain. He spent four years on active duty with primary responsibilities as the 5th Mechanized Infantry Division Artillery's counterfire officer. After his military service, Matt worked for many years in the financial industry. In early 1999, a job opportunity with National Asset Management brought Matt and his wife, Glenna, to Kentucky, where they decided to put down roots and raise their family. Their oldest daughter was two months old at the time. Over the next 15 years, Matt founded several local firms and invested in a number of other companies in Kentucky and around the United States. These companies range from manufacturing to investment management to medical devices. They employ dozens of people and annually provide millions of dollars in payroll and benefits to hard working Americans. In 2008, Matt began helping out at Bevin Bros. - a bell manufacturing company that had been operated by the Bevin family since it opened its doors in 1832. Besieged by high taxes and foreign competition, Bevin Bros. was on the verge of bankruptcy and Matt's uncle was planning to shut it down. In 2011, Matt became the President of Bevin Bros. In only a year, he paid off all the company's debts and back taxes, modernized the business model, and saved more than 20 jobs. After the company was struck by lightning in 2012 and burned to the ground, Matt started over yet again. Today, Bevin Bros. continues to make thousands of bells including those used by the Salvation Army and Macy's Santas every year. View Matt's Interview on Louisville's Leadership Landscape. Read Integrity Asset Management's Matthew Bevin remembers humble roots when supporting charitable causes. HUSBAND AND FATHER Matt met his wife Glenna in 1990 while on active duty at Ft. Polk in Louisiana. She was a registered nurse (RN) working at a civilian hospital near where Matt was stationed. They were married in 1996. Matt believes strongly in the importance of giving back. He is mindful of his mother's admonition to all her children to "ensure that at the end of every day, that you give back more than you take. In 2012, Matt and his wife Glenna established the Bevin Center for Missions Mobilization in memory of their oldest daughter Brittiney. Paid for by Matt Bevin for Kentucky


About Us | SOAR Kentucky

www.soar-ky.org [cached]

Matt Bevin was elected Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2015.
He is a husband, a father of nine children, a veteran and a small business owner. Bevin worked for many years in the financial industry. A job opportunity brought Gov. Bevin and his wife, Glenna, a registered nurse, to Kentucky 17 years ago, when they decided to put down roots and raise their family. Gov. Bevin has founded several companies in Kentucky and invested in a number of others in the Commonwealth and around the United States. He has managed and expanded multiple businesses, creating many good paying jobs for hard working Americans. These companies range from manufacturing to investment management to medical devices. In 2011, Gov. Bevin also became the sixth generation President of Bevin Bros., a small bell manufacturing company that began in 1832. He makes all the bells used by the Salvation Army volunteers each year. The company was bankrupt when Matt took over and he saved more than 25 jobs. Gov. Bevin has served on many non-profit boards, including Chairman of the Board for the American Red Cross, Louisville Area Chapter. He has permanently endowed several scholarship funds, grants, and centers that provide educational opportunities for young people with limited financial resources.??? Governor Matt Bevin SOAR HISTORY


www.mattbevin.com

Matt Bevin
Matt Bevin Matt Bevin grew up in a financially humble home and was encouraged by his parents to pursue the American Dream. Matt is a former candidate for the U.S. Senate who ran because he believes that the chance for future generations to achieve their own American Dream is in danger of being destroyed by elite politicians out of touch with the hardworking, independent-minded taxpayers who make our country great. Growing up in a small, rural town, Matt was the second of six children and was raised to appreciate the importance of strong values and hard work. After high school, Matt attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia with a four-year ROTC scholarship. He also worked 20-25 hours each week in the dining hall and working security at campus events to earn extra money. Upon graduation in 1989, Matt was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain. He spent four years on active duty with primary responsibilities as the 5th Mechanized Infantry Division Artillery's counterfire officer. Small Business Owner After his military service, Matt worked for many years in the financial industry. In early 1999, a job opportunity with National Asset Management brought Matt and his wife, Glenna, to Kentucky, where they decided to put down roots and raise their family. Their oldest daughter was two months old at the time. Over the next 15 years, Matt founded several local firms and invested in a number of other companies in Kentucky and around the Unites States. These companies range from manufacturing to investment management to medical devices. They employ dozens of people and annually provide millions of dollars in payroll and benefits to hard working Americans. In 2008, Matt began helping out at Bevin Bros. - a bell manufacturing company that had been operated by the Bevin family since it opened its doors in 1832. Besieged by high taxes and foreign competition, Bevin Bros. was on the verge of bankruptcy and Matt's uncle was planning to shut it down. In 2011, Matt became the President of Bevin Bros. In only a year, he paid off all the company's debts and back taxes, modernized the business model, and saved more than 20 jobs. After the company was struck by lightning in 2012 and burned to the ground, Matt started over yet again. Today, Bevin Bros. continues to make thousands of bells including those used by the Salvation Army and Macy's Santas every year. View Matt's Interview on Louisville's Leadership Landscape. Read Integrity Asset Management's Matthew Bevin remembers humble roots when supporting charitable causes Matt met his wife Glenna in 1990 while on active duty at Ft. Polk in Louisiana. She was a registered nurse (RN) working at a civilian hospital near where Matt was stationed. They were married in 1996. Matt believes strongly in the importance of giving back. He is mindful of his mother's admonition to all her children to "ensure that at the end of every day, that you give back more than you take. In 2012, Matt and his wife Glenna established the Bevin Center for Missions Mobilization in memory of their oldest daughter Brittiney.


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