The Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau will host a Legislative Luncheon with U.S. Congressman Bob Gibbs from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 29 at the Gardens at Homestead. All Chamber members are invited to attend.
Bob Gibbs is a small business owner, founding Hidden Hollow Farms in 1976 and raising hogs in Holmes County. He began as an advocate for Ohio agriculture in 1985 as a member of Ohio Farm Bureau Board of Trustees, and starting in 1999, served as Ohio Farm Bureau President for two terms. In 2010, Bob was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. He previously served in the Ohio House and Ohio Senate.
In both the Statehouse and Congress, Bob has been a strong advocate for private property rights, regulatory and tax reform, and agriculture. He has been recognized for his leadership with several prestigious awards, including the US Chamber of Commerce’s Spirit of Enterprise Award every year since his election to Congress. He is also a 2017 recipient of Freedom Works’ Freedom Fighter Award and the 2017 Waterways Council Leadership Service Award. Bob resides in Lakeville, with his wife, Jody. They have three adult children.