Chad Tyner is a native of Greenville, South Carolina. Chad has a diverse background and began his sales career by selling modular and manufactured homes with Oakwood Homes beginning at the age of 20. He then worked as a first responder part time for a private ambulance service, eventually becoming a public relations representative for the company.
Chad has worked in the hospital setting as well working closely with the radiologists. He has served on several radiology department committees, emergency room safety committee, and even chairing the Radiology Customer Service and Patient Satisfaction Committee.
In 2010, Chad went on to earn his degree in Graphic Design from Somerset Community College, and worked in the print shop after graduation.
In 2013, Chad founded Wireless 523, a prepaid cell phone retail business. He sold the business in 2017 to pursue his passion for real estate.
Chad has been active with organizations like American Red Cross, American Cancer Society’s “Relay For Life”, BMW Pro-Am (Formally Nike Tour), Fall for Greenville, Greenville Zoo and March of Dimes. He served on the Relay For Life of Casey County Committee 2007 through 2010, and was awarded Relay For Life of Kentucky Online Volunteer of the year and Relay For Life of Casey County’s community volunteer of the year in 2009.
In 2016, Chad helped create the Liberty Island Holiday Lights in Liberty, Kentucky. The holiday light show gives a portion of the proceeds back to nonprofits in the county.
In 2017, he was elected to a three-year term as a member of the Board of Directors For Liberty-Casey County Chamber of Commerce. He’s also currently working on the Trail Town Task Force for Casey County to promote tourism in the county.
In his downtime, Chad enjoys spending time with his wife, Cassie, a family physician, and a native of Casey County, and his daughter Campbell. He is also an enthusiastic Clemson football fan.