Collin County Association of Realtors Endorse Maher Maso

Maso honored to receive key endorsement

For Immediate Release Contact: Andrea Wright
Ph: 214.546.1829

FRISCO, TX, APRIL 7, 2008 – The Maher Maso Campaign today announced the endorsement of the Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) in the race for Frisco Mayor.

“We carefully evaluated both candidates and we believe Maher Maso is the best prepared to lead Frisco,” said Linda Taylor, Chair, CCAR’s Government Affairs Committee. “Maher has the right background and experience needed to carefully plan for our growth and expansion.”

“I am proud and deeply honored to have the support of such a great organization,” Maso said. “I support and commend their goals of protecting the real estate market and keeping home ownership affordable.”

Maher Maso moved to Frisco in 1992 with his wife, Val and 3 children. Since that time, Maher quickly established himself as a community leader through his tireless work in the civic and non-profit communities. Maher served on the Frisco City Council for seven years, and was appointed by his colleagues a record five times as Mayor Pro Tem.

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Former Frisco Mayors Endorse Maher Maso

Bob Warren and Harold Bacchus endorse Maher Maso

Mayor Bob Warren served Frisco from 1989-1996 and Mayor Harold Bacchus served Frisco from 1966-1977. Both former Mayors were instrumental in helping Frisco grow into the community it is today. Their leadership, both current and past, was a role model for Maher in his service of our community.

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The Maso Campaign Team Announces Rally/Fundraiser

The Excitement is building in the air – Magnetic Signs on cars, stickers in windows, T-Shirts all over town and hundreds of volunteers! Join us as we elect Maher Maso as our next Frisco Mayor. Join our supporters in making Frisco the best place to raise a family by electing Maher.

On Thursday, March 20th at the Frisco Roughriders Founders Club, The Maher Maso for Mayor campaign fundraising team would like to invite you to an evening with Maher and his Family. Come enjoy a beautiful view of a facility Maher helped make happen as we enjoy hot dogs and soda. We need your support!!

Where: Dr Pepper Ballpark – Frisco Roughriders
When: March 20 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Dress: Casual

Space is limited, so please RSVP. Contact Checks, cash (under $100) or credit cards are accepted. No amount too small – we want your involvement.

Interested in donating but can’t make the event? You donate on the website or you can mail a check to “Maher Maso for Mayor, attn. June Taylor, 7661 Kings Ridge Rd, Frisco, TX 75035

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Maher Maso Files Campaign for Frisco Mayor

Former Mayor Pro Tem Seeks To Keep Frisco A “Very Special Place To Raise A Family”

Former Frisco Councilman & Mayor Pro Tem Maher Maso today filed his candidacy for Frisco Mayor for the election to be held May 10. Maso is seeking to replace his longtime friend and current Mayor Mike Simpson who is not seeking reelection due to term limits.

“I have a deep passion for Frisco and want to make sure our close-knit community continues to improve,” said Maher. “I’ve worked with our Chamber of Commerce to grow our economy, helped our children as a volunteer coach and served on the City Council where I kept taxes low and fought for more state funds to reduce our traffic. Now I want to bring my enthusiasm to the Mayor’s office.”

“We all know Frisco is the best place to live, work and raise a family,” added Maher. “As our Mayor, I will use my experience and energy to keep our community a very special place to raise a family.”

Looking to get an early start on the campaign, Maher was waiting on the doorsteps of City Hall when it opened this morning, the first day candidates can file for office.

“My family is excited to start my campaign for Frisco Mayor,” said Maher. “I can’t wait to talk to our residents about my plans to reduce traffic, grow our economy, keep our taxes low and protect our families from violent crime.”

Though it is early in the campaign, Maher has already received the endorsement of Senator Florence Shapiro, former Frisco Mayors Bob Warren and Harold Bacchus, former Frisco Councilmembers David Buck, Gary Downey, Mike Zapata and Kelly Doster, and former Planning & Zoning Chair Baxter Brinkmann.

Maher and his wife of almost two decades, Val, and their three children moved to Frisco in 1992. He was first elected to public office in 2000 and was re-elected in 2002 and 2004. Maher was the longest serving Mayor Pro Tem in Frisco, appointed by his colleagues five times from 2003 to 2007.

Maher was chosen as the Frisco Citizen of the Year in 2005 and one of the 21 for 21st Century leaders in 2004, which is given to Collin County leaders who have demonstrated leadership in varied fields in the new millennium. Maher is the Vice President of several privately held corporations and serves on the board of directors of Network Cybernetics Corporation.

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Maher Maso Announces a Weekly Citizen Roundtable

(February 5, 2008) The Maher Maso for Mayor team announced a weekly citizen roundtable with Mayoral candidate Maher Maso. This will be a great opportunity for Frisco Citizens to learn about the issues that Frisco is facing as well as interact with Maher on a one to one basis.

“Since I was elected to Council in May of 2000, I have been meeting with Frisco citizens on an almost daily basis. It was a natural progression to simply add a scheduled coffee on weekly basis to make it even easier for Frisco residents to become involved in our City,” said Maher. “Of course, I will still meet with any citizen or group at their convenience, so my twenty other weekly meetings will not stop!”

Coffee with “The Maher” will be held every Monday from 7:30AM until 8:30AM at Le Peep restaurant in Frisco at 7151 Preston Road. Coffee and Muffins will be served.

For additional information, contact:
Andrea Wright

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Maso Presents to Texas Realtors Leadership Program

Texas Realtors Leadership Program III (TRLP3) asked Maher Maso to present to the class during their Leadership Session. Maher was one of the original presenters for Class I in 2006 and was asked help TRLP3 again.

TRLP3 session TWO of the Texas Realtor Leadership Program Held at Frisco City Hall was as was termed by Host alumni Michael Elliot was one of “the” most dynamic sessions to date in the history of CCAR TRLP. Shelly Rogers selected to Head the group Legacy Project, guided the group through the project and into to main focuses, Green Push, and Voting Registration facilitated by the website and the plan to invite past alumni to author and contribute to the TRLP website, Diane and Shelly Made possible the registering of deputies of the whole class also.

Frisco Mayor Maher Maso, Collin County College President Dr. Cary Israel, Collin County District Attorney John R Roach, and Collin County Commissioner Joe Jaynes were guests. Stu Schlackman and his fantastic color program and presentations was the big hit again. Please see the blog to continue the discussion on the great ideas the group has to use as legacy projects. Please folks this is your website so send your link suggestions for the library, anything you know should be included here, and please keep the blog active with

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