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MAN BEHIND THE MISSION

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YOUR GALVESTON COUNTY
Post is providing a rare treat for
our readers with our new section
called The Person Behind the
Mission. This special addition
will give you the opportunity to
get to know your community and
business leaders. Periodically,
we will profile your neighbors
that are making a positive impact
in on our Galveston County communities.
Our premier profile will
be none other than our Publisher
David Day.
David was born and raised in
Moberly, Missouri, and enjoyed the
scouts as a young boy. However,
at age 16 David made the most
important decision in his life when
he accepted Jesus Christ as his
personal Savior. He was an avid
reader and enjoyed reading the
newspaper. This fascination led
him to become a classified ad
sales man for the Texas City Daily
Sun in 1977. The Galveston Daily
News purchased the paper two
years later and David was now
working in Galveston. In time,
he was able to move back to
Texas City to run the classified
ad department which experienced
extreme growth during his tenure.
David married Ginny and had one
son named Justin who went on to
have two beautiful daughters making
David a proud Grandfather.
After downsizing at the Daily
News, David spent some time
learning and mastering his craft
with other publications and it was
in November
2003 that he was able to realize
his dream of owning his own
newspaper which he aptly named
The Post. His vision was to design
a newspaper that focuses on the
positive side of life and provided
advertisers a chance to reach
potential loyal buyers of their products
and services. David saw the
industry moving into the cyberspace
so he created the electronic
version of the paper as early as
2004. Through sacrifice, stress
and strain David and his dedicated
team has made the Post a
viable choice for the residents of
Galveston County to be equipped
with news, announcements and
promotions.

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