Jim Bullington, a native of Bowling Green, served as a Chamber of Commerce Ambassador for 20 years. He is a realtor with RE/MAX Real Estate Executives. He has been a professional in Real Estate for over 40 years. He was presented with the Hall of Fame award in 2004 at the RE/MAX International Convention in Las Vegas and is a Platinum Producer. Bullington served three terms as a Bowling Green City Commissioner and has served on many boards including: Downtown Redevelopment Authority, Greenways Commission, Enterprise Community, HANDS, Lost River Cave, Capitol Arts, Jaycees, both local and State, BRADD, and Builders Association, among others. Bullington was selected as a Jaycee International Senator. He served as Kentucky State J.C.I. Senate President from 1984-1985. He has been a member of Oakland Masonic Lodge No. 563 for over 50 years. He has been an active member of State Street United Methodist Church for 30 years and presently serves as the delegate to Annual Conference and also serves on The Conference Trustees. He was also the chairman of transportation for the Ralph Bell/Billy Graham Crusade held at Diddle Arena in 1997, and was the logistics chairman for the United Methodist Conferences held at Sloan Convention Center in 2000 and 2002. Bullington is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. Jim and his wife Valerie have three daughters and six grand-children.