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Real Men Wear Pink 2019- Reed Ingram

Reed Ingram

Reed Ingram is the third-generation auto dealer of his family, his grandfather having started Jack Ingram Motors a generation ago.

He was born and raised in Montgomery County, where he has spent most of his life, happily married to his wife, Karen, for 37 years. They have two sons and are expecting their first grandchild in September.

At the age of 21 he started his first business, subsequently followed by four other successful enterprises. Today Ingram serves as president of Reed Ingram Motors.

In 2004 his life took a sharp turn. He was elected to the Montgomery County Commission where he worked devotedly for 10 years. Discovering that politics provides a wider area of service, in 2014 he was elected to represent District 75 in the Alabama House of Representatives, where he still tries to help solve problems.

The Ingrams also manage SweetCreek Farm Market, selling local produce. As a farmer himself he devotes time and energy to persuade people to support what neighboring farmers are offering.

Ingram’s connection to cancer comes through a sister-in-law who is a breast cancer survivor. “I am not only excited but humbled that I have the opportunity to be involved in this campaign,” he said. “This is such a great cause and the awareness it brings is invaluable.”

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