Industry Spotlight – Andrew Jackson

What is your life verse and why?

2 Corinthians 4:4 – The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.

The verse reminds me where I was before Christ, where I am now in Christ, and it gives me patience with friends, family, and neighbors who are still blinded to the truth of the gospel


Can you touch your tongue to your nose?
NO – But my grandmother always could, and I envied her that.

What’s your most used Emoji?


What’s your hidden talent?
I’m a whiz at Trivia!

What’s your go-to roadtrip snack?

What’s the last show you binged watch?
Grey’s Anatomy

Favorite zoo animal?

Beach or mountains?
Pacific Northwest – why not have BOTH?!

What’s your middle name?

iPhone or Android?

Pizza toppings?
Meat Lovers, or Hawaiian – but I am not a huge pizza fan

Who else wants to order Thai?

Andrew Jackson
Director of Marketing and Analytics,88.7 THE BRIDGE
CMB Silver Member Since 2017

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