Jacob Kovacs is a successful young business owner running for Farmington Hills City Council. A Farmington Hills resident for more than 11 years, Jacob graduated from Harrison High School and Oakland Community College before obtaining a degree in Business Administration from the Mike Ilitch School of Business. A former White House intern, Jacob worked in their Management Office, helping to maintain and renovate government property.
As owner of Platinum Tile and Marble, a tile installation company in Farmington Hills specializing in residential and commercial creations, Jacob’s customized work is found throughout Metropolitan Detroit, and he oversees multiple projects simultaneously. Previously, he was a project manager with Hella Electronics, an automotive supplier, maintaining sensor product relations with Ford and Lincoln locally and globally, generating millions for local businesses.
Through years of volunteering with faith-based organizations, including local outreach groups and social services, such as Good News Gang, FRPC Outreach, and Vista Maria, Jacob’s activities range from dispersing provisions to the disadvantaged to support through dialogue, education, and group prayer.
Jacob is committed to improving the lives of those in his community by listening to their concerns then acting on them. He wants to be known as a public servant whose transparency and integrity are unparalleled. His fresh perspective includes facilitating tax cuts for individuals while protecting the interest of small business owners, all while building innovative partnerships that strengthen and expand local opportunities.
He invites you to contact him directly at 810-623-2137 or at email@example.com. For more information, please visit Jacobkovacs.com.
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