Quotes from Andrew:
“I am so excited to still be able to serve our wonderful community of Paso Robles and also expand that scope into all of San Luis Obispo County!”
“Thank you to the Chamber for giving me the opportunity to serve the business community of Paso Robles. I will forever respect, admire and be touched by the work of the staff, ambassador team, board of directors and volunteers. The Chamber will always hold a special place in my heart but it is time for me to take the next step professionally while continuing to serve the business community”
“Serving this community is a true blessing that I do not take lightly. I am excited for the future and all the Pasobilities that lie ahead.”
Born in San Luis Obispo and a resident of Paso Robles for over 28 years Andrew is a very involved member of our community. Serving previously as the Director of Membership & Sales for the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce, head of the Chamber’s Ambassador Team and current President of the Paso Robles Girls Softball League, Andrew has worn and continues to wear many hats in our community. His clear passion for the community is evident the moment you meet him. Andrew is a PRHS 2002 graduate and a member of the 2000 CIF Championship Bearcat football team.
Andrew keeps himself busy by volunteering his time as Head Coach of the PRGSL 10U Bearcat Softball Team, coaching his soon to be 11 year old daughter Rylinn MacDonald. Andrew has been a coach in our community for either football, basketball or softball for almost 15 years. Teamwork, perseverance, integrity and dedication are all attributes that Andrew carries throughout both the athletic fields as a coach and while serving our business community. Andrew lives by the simple rule handed down by former great Bearcat Coach Gil Asa, whom the school gym is named for, simply “Be a good Bearcat.”
Q & A
What are you most passionate about?
I am extremely passionate about teamwork. I strive to be a good teammate regardless of the situation. I am always eager to assist a client, friend or referral.
What would be impossible for you to give up?
My friends and family mean the world to me. Without them I would never be where or who I am today.
Where can we find you when you’re not working/coaching?
When free time permits I love to “Live like a tourist.” Wine, beer or distillery tasting, dining in local restaurants and meeting new people through networking events seem to be my go-to’s.
What’s the one problem you are best at solving for your clients?
Brainstorming other community businesses for my clients to reach out to with marketing or introducing them to potential business partners/leads.
Anything else you’d like to tell people about yourself?
I love to dance. If there is music playing it is hard for me to stay still!