Majority Strategies works with clients in all 50 states, from sea to shining sea.
It seems fitting that our team members hail from all across the country – making it possible to provide presidential quality service to each client, no matter what seat they’re vying for or what county they call home.
Today we welcome Kyle Robinson aboard.
Fresh from the DC-area scene where he served as Executive Director of the Fairfax County Republican Committee, Kyle joins our team as Virginia State Director.
First off, tell us about your home state. What’s your favorite thing about living in Richmond, Virginia?
As someone who moved to Richmond from Washington, DC, I quickly fell in love with the slower paced lifestyle. Someone once told me that Richmond has all the great aspects of a big city with a small town feel – and I couldn’t agree more.
Where can we find the best eats?
That’s an easy one. Pierce’s BBQ in Williamsburg, hands down. As someone who fancies himself a BBQ connoisseur, I can say it’s one of the best spots on the East Coast. If you find yourself on I-64, you must stop by.
You don’t have to tell us twice! As if our mouths weren’t already watering, we heard you had a unique hobby…
BBQ sauce making. It’s something that is fairly easy to do and can be really rewarding (and delicious!) when you’re done. It’s a good activity for rainy Saturdays when I don’t feel like venturing outdoors – especially since I’m convinced I’ve already watched everything worthwhile on Netflix.
Tell us about the last book you read.
Rising Tide by John M. Barry. A friend of mine recommended it and I couldn’t put it down. It’s a great read for anyone interested in the South in the early 20th century.
What else do you like to read? Any particular blogs you keep up with?
My favorite blog would have to be Bearing Drift. I really enjoy the writers and the content they produce. The website captures a lot of great local content.
What’s your go-to app? Which one can’t you survive without?
As a sports fan who is constantly out and about, the best way for me to keep up with the Nationals and Alabama sports is definitely the ESPN app. When I’m on a campaign schedule, traveling and working crazy hours, it’s tough to sit down and actually watch a game.
Anyone who’s worked on the campaign trail can relate to the long hours. When do you feel most productive? What’s your favorite time of day?
I get the most done in the late afternoon or early evening. But the morning is my favorite time of day. There’s just something awesome about waking up with the sun.
Take a moment today to join us in welcoming Kyle to our team, and get in touch with him to get started today.
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