Brad is a member of Maverik Inc.’s Board of Directors and serves Maverik as Executive Vice President of Adventure Culture, which includes human resources, leadership development and recruiting, public relations and marketing. Brad most recently served as NACS Vice Chairman of Government Relations. He assumed the role of NACS Chairman of the Board at the conclusion of the 2013 NACS Show.
Prior to joining Maverik full time in 1998, Brad was Corporate Counsel and Director of Congressional Affairs for Fluor Corporation in Washington, DC. He is the host of a weekly travel show on Utah’s number-one rated radio station, KSL. He earned a B.S in accounting in 1990 from Brigham Young University and a J.D. in 1993 from the George Washington School of Law. Brad served as Republican President at both institutions. He currently is a member of the NACS/Coca-Cola Retailing Research Council.
Maverik was founded in 1928 by Brad’s grandfather, Reuel Call. Today, Maverik, whose moniker is “Adventure’s First Stop,” has more than 260 stores and is the largest independent chain of convenience stores in the inter-mountain west. The company was named Convenience Store Decisions’ 2013 Convenience Store Chain of the Year.