The man behind Bradford Cares!

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So you want to know more about the person who writes about Bradford Cares?

Bradford Cares has gone through a recent transformation. Originally created to report on local town news, Carlos has decided to set his sights elsewhere. Carlos has launched a new online business to sell Halloween costumes for children.  You can visit the store anytime by clicking here.

So who is Carlos exactly? Carlos is a professional guy working in the field of business for over thirteen years. Carlos holds many educational and personal accomplishments. He is a graduate of Humber College, Ryerson University, and now a graduate part time student at Laurentian University. He holds a Business Administration diploma, a undergraduate business degree, and now in the process of completing his Master of Business Administration. Carlos also holds a purchasing designation in Supply Chain Management. Carlos is also an accomplished marathon swimmer, with three major marathon swims competed. The marathon swims he has conquered are Lake Ontario (Canada), Catalina Channel (U.S.A) and the Strait of Messina (Italy).

Despite these accomplishments, he is just like any other person in town. Hard working, community oriented and proud of his home town!

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