Stringer picked for state commission

By Pat Caldwell
The Enterprise
ONTARIO – When Matt Stringer was 52, he had an epiphany.
He was a successful record company executive living in New York City with a seemingly limitless horizon. He worked with such big-name acts as U2, The Cranberries and Avril Lavigne as he managed marketing departments for such well-known music labels as Island, Arista and Sony.
But the Nyssa High School graduate felt something was missing.
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