SASKATOON— Brad Hoffmann was nominated last night as the Saskatchewan Party candidate in Saskatoon Centre for the upcoming provincial election.
“I want to say a huge thank you to the people of Saskatoon Centre for their support,” Hoffmann said. “It is an honour to represent you in the election.”
Hoffmann is the owner of Pro Print in Saskatoon, and has been growing and developing that business over the last 16 years. Originally from Kenaston area, Brad served on a number of committees and boards including serving as Deputy Mayor, Councilor, Lions Club President and Rec Board President. He currently helps out locally by volunteering his spare time with his local community association, and as a board member for the Saskatoon Housing Authority.
“As a small business owner, I am a huge advocate for local business. Our small businesses are a leader in job creation and economic growth. The Saskatchewan Party has done an excellent job of helping to encourage growth and small business optimism here in Saskatchewan and in Saskatoon,” Hoffmann said. “I believe that there are more opportunities for us to grow stronger and I am looking forward to that.”
“I believe that with my mix of experience and skills, both in the business sector and local municipal government, I can help serve the constituency well”, Hoffmann said. “I want to be a voice for the people of Saskatoon Centre.”
Hoffmann says he’s looking forward to running in the upcoming election.
“I believe in the direction and vision of Premier Brad Wall and the strong team of MLA’s of the Saskatchewan Party,” Hoffmann said. “I want to be a voice and a representative for the people of Saskatoon Centre.”
With Hoffmann’s nomination as the candidate for Saskatoon Centre the Saskatchewan Party has nominated all 61 candidates for the next provincial election.