Everything we do at Team-Roe is guided by our faith which requires us to work to make our community stronger. We work to elect public servants who desire to build a better future through the enactment of conservative forward looking public policy. We help charitable non-profit organizations and associations get the resources they need to accomplish their laudable missions. We assist companies to advance their goals to grow and create jobs for neighbors in our community. Everything we do is focused on a better and brighter future for our friends, family, neighbors, and fellow citizens.
I was born with the heart of an advocate. As a child, I was always standing up for the little guy, the person that needed the most help, the one in the crowd whose voice needed to be heard. I know that those skills brought me to where I am today and have led me down a path that is far better than anything I could have ever imagined.
Who would have believed that a kid from a blue-collar Detroit family would spend nearly 13 years on Capitol Hill as Chief of Staff for one of Michigan’s leading Republican members of Congress? Not sure I would have believed it, but that’s where God’s path took me.
In 2019, the Roe family decided to sponsor a lap in the Indy 500 to honor Jamie’s late father Jack Roe and his brothers on the American Legion Post 32 Honor Guard. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway assigned them with Lap 99 (there are 200 laps in the race) and the Roe Family decided to use that sponsorship to raise money to assist the Post 32 Honor Guard with their duties to serve our veterans.
Instead of an honor that would last one year, the Roe family has decided their sponsorship of Lap 99 of the Indy 500 will move forward and they will continue to use it to do good for their community. But, in 2020, 2020 happened and our plans were derailed. Beginning in 2021 we won’t let anything stand in our way, thus the Lap 99 Foundation has been formed.
“One thing became very clear during the pandemic when, like so many others, our office space moved to the kitchen counter: Liz and I work well together,” said Jamie Roe. “Early this year my former business partner accepted a new job as Political Director of the NRSC in Washington, DC, so it was time to start a new venture..."