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Brandon Adams is appointed by Gov. Sanders to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission



Little Rock, Arkansas – A businessman from Conway was named to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission on Wednesday by Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Brandon Adams’ appointment to the commission was announced by Sanders. Adams’ term is for 7 years.

Bobby Martin, whose tenure as commissioner ended in June, is being replaced by Adams. Stan Jones will now serve as the commission’s chair in Martin’s place.

The governor claimed that the selection was in line with her and her husband Bryan Sanders’ mission to advance the state’s outdoor industry.

The promotion of our state’s outdoor economy is one of our top goals, Bryan and I have made that clear, she said. We are aware that it is one of our state’s biggest advantages.

Adams, a native of Conway, serves as the company’s president and CEO. The Conway-based business, which was established in 1998, runs nursing facilities across the state.

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