John Mullis, Stanly County Chamber of Commerce

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 Stanly County, NC

A Norwood resident, Mr. John Mullis is chair of the Stanly County
Camber of Commerce, the president and chief executive officer of
BLM Trailer Rentals Inc. in New London, as well as the
president/CEO of E-maginations, Inc, a software development firm.

BLM is a regional product and service provider, specializing in the
container, portable office/storage and waste services businesses.
The company was founded in 1972 and focuses on the commercial,
retail, recreation and construction industries. Mullis said he
began the second company, E-maginations, to allow him to pursue his
special interests in product and market development and
software/hardware application development, including Radio
Frequency Identification (RFID) and portable enclosure industry
business automation systems.

Previous to joining BLM, Mullis worked as supervisor of
International Flight Operations for Piedmont High School and
received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and business from
Pheiffer University.

Mullis desire that his work within the Chamber of Commerce provides
and better and more intertwined society. He calls for coalitions
between Stanly Countys for-profit and non-profit organizations,
coalitions between the faith community and the commercial
enterprises, and coalitions between the employers and the
workforce, to name just a few.

In addition to his volunteer role with the Chamber, Mullis is a
member of the Norwood Lions Club Board of Directors and is a past
board chairman of the New London Fire Department. He serves on the
Gateway Committee for the Albemarle Downtown Development Corp. and
formerly served on the ADDC Bo

http://www.coa.uncc.edu/ccds/bios/osl1105/mullis.shtmlard of
Directors. Among what he calls his personal interests and passions
are family, friends, community, and product and concept innovation,
design and development, as well as reading and learning.

He is married to Trula Almond Mullis and the couple has two
children, Maria, 10, and Ian, 4. The family attends Memorial
Baptist Church in Norwood.

http://www.coa.uncc.edu/ccds/bios/osl1105/mullis.shtml