Founder of Pride Gas Stations to address Rotary luncheon on March 6
Robert Bolduc, founder of the Pride Gas Stations, will address the Springfield Rotary Club s luncheon meeting on March 6.
Bolduc founded Pride in 1972 with one gas station. He currently has 22 stations and stores, one truckstop, eight Subway restaurants, one trucking company, one construction company and various other commercial properties. He received a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from Purdue University.
Bolduc is a Vietnam veteran and a lifelong resident of Springfield. He lives with his wife Roberta of 41 years. They have one daughter and three very special grandchildren.
The Springfield Rotary Club meets every Friday at 12:15 p.m. in the Mass Mutual Room at the Basketball Hall of Fame, West Columbus Avenue, Springfield, and is a proud member of Rotary International. The Rotary luncheon with guest speaker Bolduc is $17 per person and is open to the public.
For more information on the Springfield Rotary or becoming a member, contact Springfield Club membership chair Bob Dambrov at 537-9294 or visit their Web site at www.springfieldmarotary.org