Jeremy Stine Announces Candidacy for Louisiana State Senate District 27
Updated: Aug 1, 2021
Lake Charles, LA — Today, local businessman and community advocate Jeremy Stine announces his candidacy for Louisiana State Senate District 27.
Stine, a native of Calcasieu Parish, is the Marketing Director for Stine Lumber and the President of Alliance for Positive Growth. Stine has dedicated his life to promoting, advancing, and advocating for Southwest Louisiana.
“Following Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Delta, I witnessed firsthand the resilience of Calcasieu Parish. As a community, our strength was tested, but we rallied together to selflessly serve one another. I’ve been in the trenches with you, and I’m ready to continue fighting for our community in Baton Rouge,” said Jeremy Stine.
“It’s time to usher in a new generation of leadership that will do what is right for our community and fight to rebuild Calcasieu Parish, better than ever.”
Visit www.JeremyStine.com to learn more about his campaign to rebuild Calcasieu Parish, better than ever.
About Jeremy Stine:
Jeremy was born and raised in Calcasieu Parish. From a young age, Jeremy learned from his grandfather and father the important values of hard work, service, community, and faith. In high school, Jeremy worked from the bottom up, learning each department in the family business, Stine Lumber, which is based in Sulphur, Louisiana.
Jeremy currently serves as the Marketing Director for Stine Lumber. As Marketing Director of a company with over 850 team members and $300 million in revenue, he is responsible for the overall vision and execution of Stine’s business and marketing strategy, which includes online marketing and e-commerce.
Immediately after the catastrophic storms of Hurricanes Laura and Delta, Jeremy turned to social media to help lead the charge to organize food distribution locations for area workers and citizens by providing thousands of daily meals for weeks at a time.
As President of the Alliance for Positive Growth (APG), Jeremy used his role to amplify the voice of many Southwest Louisiana business leaders and citizens. Under Jeremy’s leadership, the nonprofit shed light on the lack of immediate relief to the Southwest region following both Hurricanes Laura and Delta. Their efforts rallied the community to urge the President and Congress to pass disaster relief funding.
Jeremy began his career after graduating with a degree in Political Science and French from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He worked his way through college as a legislative aide to the Jefferson Parish Legislative Delegation in the Louisiana State Legislature. After graduation, he worked as a legislative aide in the United States Senate, where he helped Southwest Louisiana recover from Hurricane Rita.
Before rejoining the family business, Jeremy was an Associate Banker with Stephens, Inc. of Little Rock, Arkansas where he focused on developing customized, cost-efficient financing strategies for municipalities throughout Louisiana, including Calcasieu Parish School Board, Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, Lake Charles Ward 3 Recreation, Cities of Sulphur, Westlake, and Lake Charles, in the primary areas of long-term debt management, capital improvement planning, and refinancing solutions.
As a devoted Christian, husband, and father, faith, family, and community are at the center of Jeremy’s life. He and his wife, Emily Stine, are raising their three young children in Lake Charles, where they worship at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.