McCreary is a 2007 grad of Lehigh University (B.S. Business). Once he collected his degree, he almost immediately started his indoor go-kart business at a 48,000 sq ft facility.
His ambiguous announcement, which sounds no different from something Schlossberg would say, is as follows:
The past few months have been one of the most terrifying times of our lives. Some of us have lost loved ones while others have lost employment, for some both [sic]. Business owners have faced realities that they may never reopen. Many are juggling home schooling their children while trying to work. Others are home schooling their children as they try to hold back the nerves of not knowing how they are going to put food on the table. The stimulus programs have been flawed. Our community has been at odds with one another. We need help!I am by no means a Schlossberg fan. I am glad someone is taking him on. But McCreary has to do a lot better than making an announcement that basically says nothing.
While there has been great debate in how this country should reopen the one issue that has been lost is sensibility. Sensibility on what industries are essential, sensibility on when counties should go yellow, and sensibility on guidelines to reopen.
As Americans, if we do not agree on how our politicians are representing our interests we have the right and privilege to vote. My family and I have decided to take that right a step further.
THIS IS MY OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT that I will be running under the Republican Party for State Representative in the 132 District of Pennsylvania.
How you can help: In order to get on the ballet for the election I will need to secure 300 write in votes for the primary. If you are a registered Republican in the 132 our community needs your support!